Aimée Sands’ poems have appeared in FIELD, Poet Lore, Measure, Salamander, Lyric Poetry Review, Beloit Poetry Journal, Poetry Ireland, and elsewhere. Her work also appears in Dogs Singing: A Tribute Anthology (Salmon, 2010). She is the co-director of the well-regarded Brookline Poetry Series, a Boston-area venue founded in 2001. The Green-go Turn of Telling is her first book.
Aimée is also an independent filmmaker. Her documentary short What Makes Me White? is in use as a tool for anti-racism work in over two-hundred colleges, churches, and non-profits in the US and Canada. She is currently expanding the film under a grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. In her twenty-plus years as a public radio and television producer, Aimée has received eighteen awards for her work, including an Emmy and a Peabody Award. She teaches at Babson College.