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Amanda N. Butler

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Born
Putnam, CT, The United States
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Emily Dickinson, Anne Bradstreet, Francesca Lia Block

Member Since
August 2013


Amanda N. Butler is a poet who occasionally dabbles in fiction. Born in Connecticut and raised in Massachusetts, she now resides in Florida with her husband, where she is the Poet Laureate of her city. She holds a BA in Professional Writing and an MBA in Marketing.

Her poetry has been published in Haikuniverse, rose quartz magazine, Hedgerow, NatureWriting, Word Hoard Press, Nu Lit House, Babe Soda Magazine, poems2go, The Poet Community, Writers Resist/Running Wild Press, Epic Protest Poems, Free Library of the Internet Void, ALTARWORK, Leaves of Ink, The Ministry of Poetic Affairs, and SLU's Sandhill Review.

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Medieval Pizza by Amanda Butler

I am so happy and honored to have my work published The Castle through Royal Rose! Here is “Medieval Pizza.”

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I’m not sure what jumpstarted my memories
but thinking back on childhood recipes
brought back a cuisine
I hadn’t tasted in years –
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I remember it as aged cheese
draped over a fresh baguette –
but with my now-mind
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Amanda Butler Kira wrote: "Hey there Amanda! Thanks for the friend request - I recognize you from Twitter and it's nice seeing a familiar face. :)"

Thank you for accepting! I agree! I love Goodreads and Twitter, so I'm glad I can connect both accounts :)


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Kira Hawke Hey there Amanda! Thanks for the friend request - I recognize you from Twitter and it's nice seeing a familiar face. :)


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