Amy Tudor, 24th Annual Literary Festival


Amy Tudor

Document Type

Featured Participant

Festival Date



Webb University Center

Author/Artist Bio

Amy Tudor received her MFA in Poetry and Nonfiction from Virginia Commonwealth University in 1994. She was a 1996 recipient of an Individual Artist Fellowship from the Virginia Commission for the Arts. Her first collection of poems, The Land of Intention, won the Devil's Millhopper Press's National Chapbook Contest, and was published by TDH Press in 1997. In addition to her poetry, Ms. Tudor has also published essays and photographs in national magazines and is currently at work on two novels, Formation and City of Light, and a second collection of poems entitled Message from Limbo. She teaches at Old Dominion University.


Tudor participated in a faculty reading with Eugene McAvoy, Juliet Crichton, Matilda Cox, and Renee Olander on Thursday, October 4, 2001 at 2:00 p.m.


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