Amelia Cotter is an author, poet, and storyteller with a special interest in the supernatural, history, and folklore. Her books include Where the Party Never Ended: Ghosts of the Old Baraboo Inn; This House: The True Story of a Girl and a Ghost; Maryland Ghosts: Paranormal Encounters in the Free State; the children’s book Breakfast with Bigfoot; and the poetry collection apparitions.
Amelia’s award-winning poetry and short fiction explore the themes of anxiety, isolation, and trauma, often incorporating supernatural elements. Her work has appeared in journals like Barren Magazine, Frogpond, Modern Haiku, The Heron’s Nest, tinywords, and many others.
Amelia has appeared on various radio and television programs, including Travel Channel’s Hometown Horror, and in the documentaries Scary Stories and Tinker’s Shadow: The Hidden History of Tinker Swiss Cottage. She also appeared as a regular cast member on Really Channel’s The R.I.P. Files.
Amelia lives and writes in Chicago but is originally from Maryland, where she earned a degree in German and History from Hood College. She regularly presents at conferences and events. Visit her official website at www.ameliacotter.com or write to her any time at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Amelia is available to speak to audiences of all ages on a variety of topics related to the supernatural, history, folklore, and writing. To schedule Amelia for an appearance or interview, contact her at email@example.com.