About Amanda Karch

Karch is a published poet and avid writer, continuing to hone her entrepreneurial skills from college through her path as an author. As a Babson College alum, she focuses on other forms of storytelling through data analytics. Karch has self-published a poetry collection, Her Favorite Color Was Sunshine Yellow, selling almost 200 copies in its first print year. Her debut nonfiction book, Poetic Potential: Sparking Change & Empowerment Through Poetry, released in December 2021 through New Degree Press, and it is her hope to spread the power of poetry and of female voices to the world. Outside of writing, you can find her running, reading multiple books at the same time, or spending time with her two crazy corgis.



Broken Dreams in The Isolation Contemplation’s Virtual Exhibit at Kilburn Mill Artisan Center

Life’s Little Things in the anthology, empoWer: Let’s Tell Our Stories

Now I Understand Medusa” in the charity anthology, All The Things That Shine, edited by Samantha Nimmo


Covid-19: An Athlete’s Perspective in Babson Free Press, Babson College’s student-run newspaper