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ABOUT the author
Amy Koppelman received her undergraduate degree from University of Pennsylvania, and an MFA in fiction from Columbia University. She is the author of the critically acclaimed novels A Mouthful of Air, I Smile Back, and Hesitation Wounds. She co-adapted I Smile Back for the screen, which starred Sarah Silverman and premiered at the 2015 Sundance, Toronto, and Deauville Film Festivals, to high acclaim.
Find out more here: amykoppelman.com
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I Smile Back
"[Koppelman’s] brave and challenging look beyond appearances of beauty to the ugly reality of a disturbed mind will remain with readers long after they’ve finished the book. Highly recommended."
A Mouthful of Air
"This is a story so convincing that never again will you pass a new mother on the street without wondering what's behind her mouthful of smiles."
—Judy D’Mello, The New York Observer
Always with a Book's Leslie Lindsay interviews Amy Koppelman, August 4, 2021
Amy Koppelman talks about her very personal book—how the feelings & emotions are psychologically resonate, but the story is fiction, plus Amanda Seyfried starring in A Mouthful of Air, postpartum depression, and so much more!
Publishers Weekly Talks with Amy Koppelman by Claire Kirch | July 14, 2021
PW spoke with Koppelman about why she wrote A Mouthful of Air, what she would do differently if she wrote such a novel today, what it was like writing and directing the film adaptation, and how Joan Didion’s encouragement years ago reassured her as an author.
Reel News Daily Interview with Amy Koppelman | 11/2/2015
Amy talks with Reel News Daily about where she ends and her characters begin.
Healthy Minds Canada | 9/30/2015
Author and screenwriter Amy Koppelman talks the ambiguity of I Smile Back:
Pleasantville Community Television | 1/15/2009
Host Ben Cheever interviews Amy Koppelman about her novel I Smile Back.
The Moment with Brian Koppelman | 11/3/2015
In this podcast episode, listen to host Brian Koppelman talk to his wife, novelist and screenwriter Amy Koppelman, about her books, her recent film I Smile Back, her lifelong battle with depression, and her career.