Amanda Hodes is a writer and sound artist working across media. Her work includes creative writing, audio poems, sound installation, and visual poetry.

She has been supported by the Banff Centre, Arts Club of Washington, Sound Scene Festival, Koster Foundation, AUDIRE, and elsewhere.



2 Poems in West Branch, issue 97 

"Maria Callas Interviews Harriet Smithson Berlioz" and "Maria Callas Interviews Hildegard von Bingen" published in West Branch, Fall 2021 (issue 97) in print and online here.

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'A Year In' Group Exhibition at Target Gallery

"A Stream of Data Scrapes the Earth and Casts Me Through" video art piece exhibited at Target Gallery's 'A Year In' group exhibition, juried by Nancy Daly, in Alexandria, VA

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Osmosis Press Featured Writing


Denver Quarterly, issue 55.3

"Woman in Sickness, Performance" (a performative prose piece) published in Denver Quarterly 55.3


PANK Environmental Futures Folio and Reading

Two poems published in the PANK Environmental Futures Folio and will be reading at their Zoom event on Monday, May 17th at 8pm EST.


AUDIRE Sound Art Exhibition

My remix-review of Legacy Russell's manifesto Glitch Feminism will exhibited at the AUDIRE Online Sound Art Exhibition at I'll also be speaking at their sound art roundtable on April 9th. Hosted by the University of Minho, Portugal.