Amy Reiter is a writer and editor whose work has appeared in print publications including the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the Washington Post, Glamour, Marie Claire, the Wine Spectator, American Journalism Review and Time Out New York Kids, and on Web sites including The Daily Beast, AOL/Huffington Post, Babble.com, MTV.com, the Barnes & Noble Review, MSN/Lifestyle and Salon.com.
During her long tenure as a staff writer and editor at Salon, Amy wrote two daily columns, Nothing Personal and the Fix, which were among the Web site’s most popular features, gathering a large, loyal audience of readers and garnering positive reviews in the press. She has appeared on CNN, MSNBC, C-SPAN, CBC Radio, VH1, A&E and other news and entertainment outlets to provide commentary about celebrities and pop culture.
Amy’s writing has been anthologized in the books “Maybe Maybe: 28 Writers Tell the Truth About Skepticism, Infertility, Baby Lust, Childlessness, Ambivalence, and How They Made the Biggest Decision of Their Lives” and “Love’s Labour’s Lost: Critical Essays,” as well as the eBook, “Welcome to My World.” Her work for Glamour magazine was awarded a 2008 MADD Media Award. A graduate of Johns Hopkins University, she holds a Masters of Fine Arts degree from Columbia University.