Amanda Fletcher

A 2012 PEN Center USA Emerging Voices Fellow, Amanda Fletcher is a Canadian writer who has resided in Los Angeles for more than 10 years. She is breast cancer survivor and a breathwork practitioner, and has been teaching writing in the recovery community for two years. A flash fiction finalist for the Orlando Prize, Amanda has performed for myriad reading series, including Tongue and Groove, the Dirty Laundry Lit and Roar Shack. Amanda’s writing has appeared in “The Writer’s Tribe Review,” the “Orange County Register” and “After Party Magazine.” She is currently working on a memoir about breaking her neck in a diving accident and the cervical halo she wore for four months, tentatively titled, HALO “the crowning of a marginal life.”