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Amy is a founding editor of 7x7, a literary journal that publishes collaborations between writers and artists.  She served as International Editor of Washington Square Review for two years. She has also been an editorial intern at The New Yorker and served as web editor for the Henry Luce Foundation.  Amy has edited personal statements, cover letters, and creative pieces for clients through Veritas Tutors and PJL Educational Services in New York City.  She currently works as a writer for Story Terrace, as an essay consultant with 7Sage, and as a freelance editor.

Amy was employed for four years as a Lecturer in Expository Writing at New York University, where she taught classes such as Writing the Essay, International Writing Workshop, Introduction to Creative Writing, and a seminar entitled Synesthesia: Intersections of the Visual and Literary Arts.  She also worked as a consultant at NYU's Writing Center.  She has served as a teaching artist in NYC public schools with Community-Word Project and has taught at institutions ranging from the Guggenheim Museum to Goldwater Hospital on Roosevelt Island to Prem Tinsulanonda International School in Chiang Mai, Thailand.  She has also worked as a private tutor, helping students with writing and reading, test prep, and college admissions.

Amy holds a BA in Literature from Yale University (Magna Cum Laude) and an MFA in Fiction Writing from New York University, where she held the Goldwater Teaching Fellowship and won a university-wide award for Outstanding Graduate Teaching.  She is currently a Ph.D. student in English and Creative Writing at the University of Georgia.