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Aimée Sands

Aimée Sands

Aimée Sands

Aimée Sands’ poems have appeared in FIELD, Poet Lore, Measure, Salamander, Lyric Poetry Review, Beloit Poetry Journal, Poetry Ireland, and elsewhere.  Her work also appears in Dogs Singing: A Tribute Anthology (Salmon, 2010).  She is the co-director of the well-regarded Brookline Poetry Series, a Boston-area venue founded in 2001. The Green-go Turn of Telling is her first book.
Aimée is also an independent filmmaker.  Her documentary short What Makes Me White? is in use as a tool for anti-racism work in over two-hundred colleges, churches, and non-profits in the US and Canada.  She is currently expanding the film under a grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. In her twenty-plus years as a public radio and television producer, Aimée has received eighteen awards for her work, including an Emmy and a Peabody Award.  She teaches at Babson College.

Author Photograph: Michelle DeBakey Photography

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