Please Join Me Tonight!

Apr 29, 2021 by Amelia Diaz Ettinger
Please join me!!
The Salem Poetry Project continues virtually. Each week will present a featured reader followed by the Infamous Open Mic: 3 poems or five minutes whichever is first. Featured reader begins at 7:00 and the open mic will directly follow. For more information contact Marc Janssen at the Salem Poetry Project facebook page.
This is a virtual event on zoom, details:
Meeting ID: 812 2168 1959
Password: 593077

Exciting News!!

Oct 14, 2021 by Amelia Diaz Ettinger
Please join me in Portland! I will be presenting at the Portland Book Festival 


Sat, November 13 from 1:45 pm - 2:45 pm PST
Portland’5 Brunish Theatre
1111 SW Broadway Ave Portland, Oregon 97205
Amelia Díaz EttingerTeresa K. MillerErika Stevens


Sep 21, 2021 by Amelia Diaz Ettinger
I feel so honored to have these two poems in this new issue of Willawaw Journal. You can read my poems and the full journal at this link:

The shell of a mollusk

Aug 02, 2021 by Amelia Diaz Ettinger
So happy that this poem was published in GIngerbread Ritual Literary Journal on August 2, 2021. You can read the poem here.

New Poems

Jul 01, 2021 by Amelia Diaz Ettinger
I'm pleased to have these five poems published by Anvil Tongue Books. Hope you have a minute to give them a look!

Pendleton Center for the Arts presentation

Jun 16, 2021 by Amelia Diaz Ettinger

A Girl Like Me a short story by Amelia Díaz Ettinger

May 31, 2021 by Amelia Diaz Ettinger
AI want to invite you to read a short story entitled A Girl Like Me. Read the story here:

Review of Fossils on a Red Flag by The Poetry Cafe

Apr 25, 2021 by Amelia Diaz Ettinger
I am so pleased to see a review of Fossils on a Red  Flag in Poetry Cafe written by Professor Nancy Knowles. To read the review please click here.
Reading of Fossils for Art Center East video.

Dreams and the Pandemic

Apr 24, 2021 by Amelia Diaz Ettinger
I need to make a  confession, being at home has been a mixed blessing. I have enjoyed the solitude of my home in the woods. It has given me time to do some things I wouldn't have done if my life had not stopped so abruptly. Besides writing poetry and short stories —I'm also in the middle of a novel, and getting another master's degree. 

What have you gained? What have you lost, in this time of introspection?