Amanda Read is a political and current events columnist for The Washington Times Communities. She is also a worldview columnist for Latitude 821 and has served as a contributing writer to The Girlhood Home Companion Magazine.
- Screenplays –
The Crusading Chemist (2006-2009), a historical/biopic/drama script about the life of Harvey W. Wiley. It is currently represented by Abbot Management and may undergo a second revision by the author.
- E-Books and Books –
Keeping the Family Flock: A Primer on Keeping Chickens (Fair Hills Farm, 2008)
The Modesty Handbook, co-author (Latitude 821, 2009)
Thank You: 20 Homeschool Grads Tip Their Hats to Homeschool Parents, co-author (Amy Puetz, 2010)
The Femininity Handbook (also sold in print), co-author (Latitude 821, 2011)
- Media Projects –
Miss Read is the founder of Luke Historians, a website dedicated to trumping convention by declaring the past as the key to the present, and forming a meeting of Greek and Hebrew minds by encouraging skeptics and Christians to have fruitful discussion. [UPDATE: The LH project is undergoing some major revamping.]
Miss Read is also an independent contractor for the pro-life organization Live Action.