Holly Amos’s first full-length collection is Continual guidance of air.
Interview with Albert Abonado on Flour City Yawp: “We discuss her veganism, poetry and activism, the body and relationships. Plus, Holly shares some of her beautiful poems with us.”
American Microreviews & Interviews, review by Davy Knittle: “There’s something gorgeous in these poems about finding the right balance of decisions, of pushing your body to a limit that makes it something new, that expands the range of what there is to feel.”
NewCity Lit, “Prisms of Form” review by Jael Montellano: “Amos designs her poems as glittering cascades in form and image.”
Interview by Julie Maclean for her blog, about working at Poetry.