Amanda Bloom’s work appears in SLICE, FENCE, The Pinch, The Atlantic, Architectural DigestThe Rumpus, The Yale Review, CRAFT, The Offing, Funicular, Storm Cellar, matchbook, Narratively, About Place Journal, Medium, BARNHOUSE, HOBART, saltfront, and “Spectral Lines: Poems about Scientists” from Alternating Current Press.

Her short story “Charles” was a Pushcart Prize nominee, and “A Hopeful Animal,” published in The Cardiff Review, was a finalist in the 2018 Iowa Review Award for Fiction. She served as a fiction editor at the New Haven Review for two years and, in 2018, earned a Connecticut Artist Emerging Recognition Award for fiction and poetry. In 2023 she was a featured poet on “Marfa Mystery Hour,”  a weekly program of Marfa Public Radio, an NPR station.

As a publisher and curator, she operated The Mercurial (web) magazine & gallery in Danbury, Connecticut from 2009 to 2013. Amanda is also a trusted copywriter whose collaborators include Conair Corporation, Cuisinart, Haddad & Partners, Charter Communications, TurnKey Vacation Rentals (now Vacasa), and Vespoli.