Join me in supporting small presses, indie authors, poetry, and diverse voices in literature through Tupelo Press’s 30/30 Project!

Every day for the month of January, I will write and share a poem alongside my cohort for Tupelo Press. It is my hope that you can support me by donating to the cause here.

Each donor, no matter how large or small the contribution, will receive a poetry print from me at the end of the month, plus a coupon code for purchasing books on my Etsy shop!

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. Her debut poetry collection, Her Favorite Color Was Sunshine Yellow, was self-published in 2020, selling almost 200 copies in its first print year. Individual poems have been published in literary journals and anthologies such as Paddler Press, Topical Poetry, and Querencia Press. Outside of writing, you can find her running, reading multiple books at the same time, or spending time with her two crazy corgis.



“Red and Yellow Carnations” in issue 4 of Lit202

“Questioning” in issue 5 of Pile Press

“Texas Schools Banned Anne Frank’s Diary” in Moonstone Arts Center’s Banned Books Week 2022 anthology

“An OK State Motto,” “Leaving Eden,” & “She Was Asking For It” in the Summer 2022 anthology by Querencia Press

An OK State Motto” in issue 29 of Topical Poetry

Towards” in Paddler Press vol.4, Light

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

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


The Power of Writing Your Own Story,” guest blog for Empowered & Poised

Covid-19: An Athlete’s Perspective in Babson Free Press