Featuring “Thoughts from an Empty Courtroom Following the Hung Jury of a Man Tried for Harboring Migrants” by Amy P. Knight
More than 130 artists, writers, and thinkers appeal to a divided nation.
Edited by Simmons Buntin, Elizabeth Dodd, & Derek Sheffield
Amy P. Knight, author of the novel Lost, Almost lives and works in Tucson, Arizona. She double majored in cognitive science and English at Vassar College. After graduation, she worked in a neuroscience research lab before getting her MFA in fiction writing from the University of Arizona as a Beverly Rogers fellow and her law degree from Stanford.
In addition to writing fiction, she works as a criminal defense lawyer, focusing on death penalty and civil rights cases. She has also published some legal scholarship (here, here, here, and here). Amy likes coffee, whiskey, and chocolate.