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Amy Koppelman


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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
Twitter: @AmyLKoppelman


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I Smile Back front cover by Amy KoppelmanI 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."
Library Journal


Interviews
Read:

Reel News Daily Interview with Amy Koppelman | 11/2/2015
Amy talks with Reel News Daily about where she ends and her characters begin.

Watch:
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.

Listen:
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.

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