CONTACT


Snail Mail
Amy Ludwig VanDerwater
7571 Raiber Road
Holland, NY 14080

E-Mail
amy at amy lv dot com

Twitter
@amylvpoemfarm

8 comments:

  1. Thank you for your poetry in FOREST HAS A SONG!

    Your poetry sings to readers both young and old.

    Thank you for sharing your gifts with us!

    Mary Napoli

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  2. I loved meeting and visiting with you at Texas Library Association in Houston. Your "Poemmittens" is my new favourite poem! I will aspire to make "every word a warming welcome" to those I meet! Tanya Tullos

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  3. Dear Amy, I'm an English Literature Post Graduate who is scanning the world of literature and ELT to find themes/ topics of interest for my research. I came across your book Poems are Teachers, this year while I've been teaching English for the Secondary levels and it has caught my attention. I am considering taking your book to be my source for a research paper or a research thesis, I would love to hear from you on how I could go about this.

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    1. I hope that you will find the book helpful! You are welcome to contact me at amy at amylv dot com if you wish. As far as I know, you may just use it. Simply cite it as a reference as you would with any other book, I would imagine. All the best!

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  4. Hi Amy, I have come across your poetry recently and really like them. I know you write mainly for children but I think adults can also enjoy your work. I am deaf since early childhood and started writing my own poems about twelve years ago. I find this a useful medium for expressing my thoughts and emotions. Thank you for sharing your work. Kindest regards, Eddie Larkin, County Galway, Ireland.

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    1. Thank you so much for your kind words, Eddie. Do you share your poems online somewhere? I hope that you and yours are able to be in and together and healthy at this time. Poetry is indeed a balm and a healer. Take good care. Peace.

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  5. Hello! I just came across this site and your recent poems Hi! and The Land of Notknowing. My first graders always started the day with a community circle in which we would pass a greeting and hug or "hi" five each other. With distance learning and practicing social distancing this past week, I feel we are really missing each other. I am asking if I may share these two poems with my class via our google classroom? We have recently finished up our Poetry unit and these poems speak directly to me. I would love to use them for a lesson for visual imagining along with a great advice for us to be safe and healthy when we are outside our homes. Thank you for your consideration!

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  6. Hi Tonya, Absolutely. You are welcome to read any of my poems from this site to your children during this time. All I ask is that you not publish them in other materials such as Teachers Pay Teachers or books without checking in so that my agent can be involved. I keep this site for children and you may read and share via your classroom as much as you wish. Also, you may have seen that I am teaching daily writing lessons for children for the foreseeable future at my other blog, Sharing Our Notebooks. I welcome you to join me there. Be well. Peace. a.

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