Amy Fusselman is a writer and editor based in New York City. She is the author of The Pharmacist’s Mate and 8, or more recently, The Pharmacist’s Mate/8. Her new book, Savage Park, is out now. You can buy it in ebook or hardcover here.
She is the publisher at Ohio Edit.
Some featured writing:
“Cats,” in Word Riot
A “Prayer for Heated Swimming Pools” in A Book of Uncommon Prayer, edited by Matthew Vollmer
“Play Freely at Your Own Risk” (The Atlantic)
“The Mom Coat” essay included in Women in Clothes, edited by Sheila Heti, Heidi Julavits, and Leanne Shapton
“Family Practice: An Occasional Column by “Dr.” Amy Fusselman” (McSweeney’s Internet Tendency)
“Lives: Feet to Brain” (The New York Times)
“Baptismal Walk” (The Rumpus)
Conceptual Art at the CDG Warehouse Sale (The Hairpin)
Some artist interviews:
Selected earlier projects:
contact and follow
For speaking inquiries: email@example.com