Profile: Amanda Crum

Amanda Crum is a writer and artist whose work has appeared in publications such as Barren Magazine and Eastern Iowa Review and in several anthologies, including Beyond The Hill and Two Eyes Open. She is the author of two novels, The Fireman’s Daughter and Ghosts Of The Imperial. Her first chapbook of horror-inspired poetry, The Madness In Our Marrow, was shortlisted for a Bram Stoker Award nomination in 2015; her story “A Shimmer In The Parlor” was a finalist for the J.F. Powers Prize in Short Fiction in 2019. Amanda’s middle-grade fiction book, The Darkened Mirror, will be published in the summer of 2019 by Riversong Books. She currently lives in Kentucky with her husband and two children.

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Most Recently Published Work (as of June 2020)

Tall Grass is Amanda Crum’s second book of horror-based poetry. Featuring works inspired by classic books, movies, and her own experience, this book is full of the kind of ghosts that haunt us when we close our eyes at night.


Other Work:

The Darkened Mirror | Amazon | Goodreads

Don’t Cry to Mama: A Horror Anthology | Amazon

The Madness In Our Marrow: A Collection of Horror Poetry | Amazon | Goodreads

Ghosts of the Imperial | Amazon | Goodreads

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