Kamy Wicoff
 
Kamy Wicoff is the author of Wishful Thinking, a novel about a divorced mother of two who gets a time travel app on her phone that lets her be in more than one place at a time. “Wishful Thinking is a Trojan horse of a novel,” according to Orphan Train author Christina Baker Kline, “delivering incisive social commentary while it entertains and delights you." Kamy is also the bestselling author of the nonfiction book I Do But I Don’t: Why The Way We Marry Matters. She is the founder of one of the world’s largest communities for women writers, www.shewrites.com, with 26,000 members worldwide. She is also the founder, with Brooke Warner, of She Writes Press, a “third way” publisher leading the way in creating alternative publishing companies for authors. She is on the board of Girls Write Now, a New York City nonprofit that pairs high school girls with professional women writers as their mentors, and served for seven years on the Advisory Board of the Clayman Institute for Gender Research at Stanford University. Recently she was named to the Experts Among Us Advisory Board by BlogHer and SheKnows.com. She grew up in San Antonio, Texas, and now lives with her two sons in Brooklyn, New York. To learn more, visit www.kamywicoff.com.


Kamy Wicoff
 
Kamy Wicoff is the author of Wishful Thinking, a novel about a divorced mother of two who gets a time travel app on her phone that lets her be in more than one place at a time. “Wishful Thinking is a Trojan horse of a novel,” according to Orphan Train author Christina Baker Kline, “delivering incisive social commentary while it entertains and delights you." Kamy is also the bestselling author of the nonfiction book I Do But I Don’t: Why The Way We Marry Matters. She is the founder of one of the world’s largest communities for women writers, www.shewrites.com, with 26,000 members worldwide. She is also the founder, with Brooke Warner, of She Writes Press, a “third way” publisher leading the way in creating alternative publishing companies for authors. She is on the board of Girls Write Now, a New York City nonprofit that pairs high school girls with professional women writers as their mentors, and served for seven years on the Advisory Board of the Clayman Institute for Gender Research at Stanford University. Recently she was named to the Experts Among Us Advisory Board by BlogHer and SheKnows.com. She grew up in San Antonio, Texas, and now lives with her two sons in Brooklyn, New York. To learn more, visit www.kamywicoff.com.