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Orion Authors Aloud: Amy Leach Reads “Pea Madness”

June 18, 2010

Summary: Amy Leach reads "Pea Madness" from the July/August 2010 issue of Orion: tendril-wending, chance-taking, and desire. The article is not otherwise available online.

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1 Susan Stehn on Feb 20, 2012

Pea Madness is another of Amy Leach’s marvelous essays bringing science, history, and literature together in a most wondrous descriptive tale.  The tale of the pea is charming, informative, vivid, lyrical, mystical, and a part of all of life.  Amy has a most delightful and brilliant style and I look forward to seeing her book coming out this year and her work for years to come.  She is wending her way into our hearts and minds with a most unique art.

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