Amanda Fletcher

A 2012 PEN Center USA Emerging Voices Fellow, Amanda Fletcher is a freelance writer with a focus on travel. Her work has appeared in the Orange County Register, Coast, AfterParty, and Hippocampus Magazines. Amanda is currently working on her memoir tentatively titled, HALO.


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Just Another Day in Hollywood: On Carolyn Murnick’s “The Hot One”
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