Amy Cutler is a researcher, writer, curator, and currently a post-doctoral fellow at the University of Leeds. Her chapbook Nostalgia Forest(2013) is available from Oystercatcher Press here, and other poems are available from publishers and journals including Intercapillary Space, Renscombe Press, Nine Arches Press, Dandelion, eMigrating Landscapes, The Clearing, Philosophy Activism Nature (PAN), and Corbel Stone Press (forthcoming); her work has also been exhibited at the GV Art & Science gallery. She founded the cultural geography cinema Passengerfilms, and last year she curated Time, the deer, is in the wood of Hallaig, an exhibition on social and environmental memory. She's currently working on an extended series of reminiscences after Jacques Brel; the third postcard is also related to memory, but taken from a longer erasure of a book index, to be printed in full in the journal English shortly.
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