"My work is ekphrastic, with its genesis arising from photos, paintings, or pieces of music. I am also hugely influenced by my lifelong study of the sciences, and much of my poetry reflects my love of and interest in the beauty and scientific mysteries of the natural world."
Amy Tudor's first full-length collection of poetry, "A Book of Birds," was the winner of the Liam Rector First Book Prize in Poetry and was published by Briery Creek Press in 2008. She is a recipient of an Al Smith Individual Artist Fellowship and a professional development grant from the Kentucky Arts Council, and an Individual Artist Fellowship from the Virginia Commission for the Arts. In addition to her poetry, Tudor has published short fiction, essays and photographs. She has also co-written two songs that have been professionally produced and recorded by artist Jamie Freeman in the United Kingdom. Tudor holds a doctorate in interdisciplinary humanities and a master of fine arts in creative writing.
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