Amy Cohen

  • Author, The Late Bloomer's Revolution

Amy Cohen was a writer/producer on the sitcoms Caroline in the City and Spin City, a dating columnist for the New York Observer, and the dating correspondent for cable TV's New York Central.

In quick succession, Amy Cohen lost her job writing sitcoms, her boyfriend (with whom she'd been talking marriage), and her mom, after a long bout with cancer. Not exactly the stuff humor thrives on, is it? But filtered through Amy's worldview, there's comedy in the most unexpected places. In this unforgettable, engaging memoir, she recounts her (seemingly) never-ending search for love, her evolving relationship with her widowed dad, and her own almost unintentional growth as she stumbles through life.

She is the author of The Late Bloomer’s Revolution published in July 2007 by Hyperion Books. She lives in New York City.

 
  

Add to my speaker list
Amy Cohen headshot
Rave Reviews About Amy Cohen
People really enjoyed her. She was extremely personable and approachable.

A Sample of the Groups That Have Hosted Amy Cohen
  • Deva Zwelling, Assistant Executive Vice President, Jewish Federation of Greater Dayton
Explore Amy Cohen's Talks

The Late Bloomer’s Revolutions

...

Learn more about Amy Cohen
Books by Amy Cohen
(+)
Biography

Amy Cohen was a writer/producer on the sitcoms Caroline in the City and Spin City, a dating columnist for the New York Observer, and the dating correspondent for cable TV's New York Central.

In quick succession, Amy Cohen lost her job writing sitcoms, her boyfriend (with whom she'd been talking marriage), and her mom, after a long bout with cancer. Not exactly the stuff humor thrives on, is it? But filtered through Amy's worldview, there's comedy in the most unexpected places. In this unforgettable, engaging memoir, she recounts her (seemingly) never-ending search for love, her evolving relationship with her widowed dad, and her own almost unintentional growth as she stumbles through life.

She is the author of The Late Bloomer’s Revolution published in July 2007 by Hyperion Books. She lives in New York City.