Amy Leona Havin
Amy Leona Havin is made of desert dust. She is an Israeli-born writer, film director, performance artist, and choreographer based in Portland, Oregon with roots spreading across the American west. Havin holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Cornish College in Seattle, Washington and has been published in collections such as Moab’s ‘The Dust Magazine’, ‘Unchaste Readers Volume 3’, and ‘Goddess: When She Rises’. Havin is the author of ‘Shakti’, a fully illustrated book of poems, as well as the Founder and Artistic Director of Portland based dance company The Holding Project. Her literary and performative works have been called “ethereal, subtly violent, and not for the faint of heart”. Havin’s upcoming works include poetry collections ‘Holy Roads’ and ‘The Liberation of Sister Geraldine’, as well as her novel debut titled ‘The Anguish of Elizabeth’.
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