Amy is a freelance journalist, editor, and contributor to several national publications and outlets. Below is a selection of her personal essays, in-depth reporting, radio pieces, and editing projects.
PHOENIX NEW TIMES | HIV Transmission Rates Are Up in Arizona; Blame the 'No Promo Homo' Law
PHOENIX NEW TIMES | Warrior Dad: A Father's Journey Into Arizona's Flawed Juvenile Justice System
LENNY LETTER | Brave, My Daughter's Coming of Age with Down Syndrome
NEW YORK TIMES (WELL FAMILY) | Parents of Children with Down Syndrome, on Both Sides of Stares
NEW YORK TIMES (MOTHERLODE) | Eleven, With Down Syndrome, and Still a Santa-Loving Little Girl. Maybe
BRAIN, CHILD | Lucky Day
THE NEW YORK TIMES | 36 Hours in Phoenix
PHOENIX NEW TIMES | Branded, Can Tucson Ever Live it Down?
WASHINGTON POST | The Tucson shootings and Arizona's dangerous culture of isolation
THE NEW YORK TIMES | A Beach Town Dr. Seuss Might Prescribe
PHOENIX NEW TIMES | Phoenix Has an Inferiority Complex
KJZZ (Phoenix NPR member station) | Sisters
KJZZ | Making Our Way
THIS AMERICAN LIFE | Too Soon
THIS AMERICAN LIFE | Educated Guess
Amy has edited two winners of The Livingston Awards. She is available for editing projects on a limited basis.
NATIONAL CENTER ON DISABILITY JOURNALISM | Updated Style Guide (2018)
Amy is an editor that guides you with precision as she respects your own vision as a writer. I've never worked with anyone that inspires me as much confidence. That sense of knowing that you're in good hands allows your creativity to grow. She cares about the story as much as you do, and it's obvious that she loves working with you (otherwise she would tell you to take a hike) .
— Valeria Fernández, author of the award-winning piece, “Sara's Demons Crossed the Border with Her: Where Could She Find Help for Her Mental-Health Problems?”