About Amanda

Dr. Amanda Morris is a writer, scholar, photographer and traveler who has lived in Pennsylvania and Alabama and is working on visiting all 50 states (she’s currently achieved 41). She teaches writing and rhetoric at Kutztown University of Pennsylvania, loves teaching students creative nonfiction and Indigenous Rhetorics, and spent three years as the University Writing Center Director.

Her academic writing can be found in Rhetoric ReviewEpiphanyWSQ, Journal of American CultureSouth Atlantic Review, and The Literary Encyclopedia.

In her pre-academic life, Amanda spent a decade as a journalist with extensive and varied publication experience, and another decade as a media buyer for various advertising agencies. Amanda spends her free time cooking, fishing, gardening, and dreaming up new writing projects to tackle. Fun fact: Amanda finished her doctorate in four years, defending her dissertation on her 40th birthday, thus proving that you are never too old to go back to school.

If you have any questions, please contact Amanda at amandamorrisphd@gmail.com.

Note from Dr. Morris:

Thank you for visiting my new home on the web! I am committed to helping writers of all kinds, from creative individuals to business writers, and offer services to reflect this dedication to my craft: writing workshops, writing coach services, and writing consultation for businesses of all sizes. Please contact me if you think I might be able to help you, or share my site with that friend or colleague you know who is struggling with a particular writing task. I can help.

Any questions in the meantime, please don’t hesitate to contact me at amandamorrisphd@gmail.com.

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