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Together, we can change the world.

Editor of (Her)oics

"At times lighthearted and at others deadly serious, these essays illuminate how greatly class, race, occupation, and geography shaped how people have experienced and contextualized the global trauma of COVID-19. This well-timed collection is as compelling as it is cathartic."
~Buzzfeed News


"Thirty-eight women. Thirty-eight essays. Thirty-eight shouts of rage, whispers of hope, confessions, and confrontations. Thirty-eight ways to proclaim the truth, reclaim our bodies, and find our true selves. These essays are written by smart, engaging, and articulate women who share personal insights on the 2016 presidential election as they attempt to make sense of a world that is suddenly less safe and less humane." ~Windy City Reviews

"Fury reminds us that we should all, nevertheless, persist." ~Foreword Reviews

Amy is currently working on a memoir based on a Peabody-nominated Snap Judgment podcast episode, Finding Rebecca, that she wrote and co-produced

in 2017. 

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unless it comes out of
your soul like a rocket,
unless being still would
drive you to madness or
suicide or murder,
don't do it.

Charles Bukowski

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