Amy L. Eggert is the author of Scattershot, published in 2015 by Lit Fest Press, a hybrid collection seeking to redefine and re-envision the trauma narrative. Other work appears in several university literary journals and in Festival Writer, Bluffs Literary Magazine, Heart, and the American Book Review. She has a Ph.D. from Illinois State University with a specialization in trauma theory and creative writing, and she teaches literature, creative writing, and composition and directs the Writing Center for Bradley University. She is currently working with Jane L. Carman on a new book, Exit Interview, that explores the mindset, stigma, and aftermath of suicide.
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