About Amy

Amy Fish writes true stories.
Some of them are funny.

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Amy regularly teaches, speaks and writes about how to complain effectively (i.e. stand up for yourself and ask for what you need.)

Amy teaches writing workshops at the Quebec Writing Federation, Hippocamp Conference for Creative Non-Fiction and the local library.

 She specializes in humour writing and memoir. She has published two books to date.

 Amy's work has been published in Writer's Digest, Canadian Traveler, haikuniverse micropoetry journal, among others.


How to Ask for What You Want and Get What You Need

is now available wherever books are sold.

With warmth, humor, wisdom, and deep respect for others, Amy Fish gives you the strategies and courage to speak in your own voice to ask for what you want or need. This is storytelling and complaint handling at their very best.
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Lydia Cummings
Harvard University Ombudsman
Lara and Amy’s session was a generous, calming balm for all writers, whether they had published recently or not.
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Dorothy Rice
Author of Gray is the New Black
Self-improvement has never been easier or more enjoyable, engaging, amusing, and effective. Amy Fish delivers clear-cut instructions with passion and wit, teaching even the most reluctant complainers how to speak up for themselves. You’ll laugh your way to a stronger, better you.
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Lara Lillibridge
Bestselling author of Mama, Mama, Only Mama: An Irreverent Guide for the Newly Single Parent
I just finished reading your book and I LOVED it. I laughed out loud, learned a lot, and have talked and recommended it to multiple people—and I will continue to do so. I wanted to email you to let you know that I think you wrote a phenomenal book-so helpful and easy to read. Thank you.
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Natalie Schonfeld
Dean of Students, Coastline Community College, Orange County, California

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