Amy Bloom Biography
Amy Bloom, a psychotherapist for more than 20 years,
is the author of two novels and three collections of short stories, and a nominee
for both the National Book Award and the National Book Critics Circle Award. Her
stories have appeared in Best American Short Stories, Prize Stories: The O.
Henry Awards, and numerous anthologies in the United States and abroad. She has written for the
New Yorker, the New York Times Magazine, the Atlantic Monthly, Vogue, Slate, and
Salon, among many other publications, and has won a National Magazine Award. Her
first book of nonfiction, Normal: Transsexual CEOs, Crossdressing Cops, and
Hermaphrodites with Attitude, is an exploration of the varieties of gender.
A practicing psychotherapist, she lives in Connecticut and teaches at Yale
Come to Me
Love Invents Us (Novel 1997)
A Blind Man Can See How Much I Love You (2000)
Normal: Transsexual CEOS, Crossdressing Cops, and Hermaphrodites With
Attitude (NF, 2002)
Away (Novel, 2007)
Where the God of Love Hangs Out (2009) (short stories)
This biography was last updated on 08/24/2011.
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