Amelia Wilson was born in Indianapolis, Indiana and grew up in Indianapolis with her mother, father, and sister Emily. Amelia attended Perry Meridian High School in Indianapolis, Indiana where she graduated in 2018. After high school, Amelia took a gap year. Amelia works at Target. She has worked for Target since 2017 at various locations in Illinois and Indiana. Amelia began attending Columbia College Chicago in the Fall of 2019. This is also when she moved to Whiting, Indiana. Amelia is a Creative Writing major who is also minoring in marketing. Amelia is in her first year at Columbia College Chicago but is a college sophomore due to credits she earned throughout high school where her many AP classes pushed her forward a grade in college. Her hobbies include reading, writing, poetry, and music. Amelia Wilson is a published author and her poetry book The Lights are on but Nobody’s Home was published April 9th, 2019.
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Weeden, Christen, "Interview with Amelia Wilson" (2020). Capturing Quarantine Oral Histories. 8.