Monday, January 7, 2008


Amanda Borozinski is a reporter and photographer for the daily newspaper The Keene Sentinel.

Amanda has her BA in Counseling Psychology and recently finished her MFA in Creative Non-fiction.

Amanda has taught her classes and workshops on the importance of writing, reflection, and journal keeping to local Mothers groups, undergraduate and graduate level students, small groups, and most recently she is teaching a monthly class at New Life Home for Women and Children a nonprofit Christian home for women overcoming substance abuse.

Amanda’s work has appeared in numerous magazines and literary journals.

In 2006, she received scholarships from the State of New Hampshire, Antioch University Los Angles, and the prestigious Leopold Schepp Foundation. That same year she was the winner of Guideposts Magazines “Tell Us A Story” contest. One of 15, out of 5,000 entries, she was chosen to attend an all expense paid weeklong writers workshop in Rye, New York.

In 2007, she was asked to present her work at Binghamton University’s Ninth Annual National Graduate Creative Writing Conference. And she was selected to be a featured writer in Bylines 2008 Writers’ Desk Calendar.

In 2008, she became a MacDowell Colony fellow.

Her work has been published by the Oklahoma Review,, Chickasaw Plum, Guideposts Magazine, Positive Thinking Magazine, Daily Guideposts, Toasted Cheese Online Journal and in the upcoming issue of The Northern New England Review.

Her photographs have appeared in Dog Fancy, Nature's Garden a special publication from Better Homes and Gardens, The Ultimate Dog Lover book. They have been picked up by the AP and of course, routinely appear in the Keene Sentinel.
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