Amy Guth

Fiction Writer

Chicago Tribune 435 N. Michigan Ave.
Chicago, IL 60611

Author's Bio

Amy Guth’s expertise is at the intersection of digital media with journalism and literature. Guth co-writes a social media column for Tribune newspapers, holds the digital VP chair on the board for Association for Women Journalists Chicago, is author of the novel “Three Fallen Women,” and is a mentor-editor at The Op-Ed Project. Previously, she served as digital editor for Chicago Tribune's books section, where she covered the then-rise of digital publishing and literature. In 2007, she founded Pilcrow, a small press literary festival. She is also co-host of the Chicago reading series RUI: Reading Under The Influence.

Publications & Prizes

Monkeybicycle, Issue #5 (Dzanc Books, 2015)
Three Fallen Women (So New Publishing, 2006)
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"Feet In Socks," StorySouth’s notable stories and was a Million Writers Award nominee.

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Last update: Aug 15, 2018