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“It’s all about the craft. Don’t rely on clichés, on the stuff that comes to your head the first time. Sometimes you need to dig. Write, write, write. And write what you care about. Write what makes you tick. Don’t write what’s popular.”
Amy Harmon (born September 17, 1968) is an American journalist. She won a Pulitzer Prize as a correspondent for The New York Times covering the impact of science and technology on everyday life.
Harmon uses narrative storytelling to illuminate the human dilemmas posed by advances in science. In 2013, she was named a Guggenheim Fellow.
She is the author of a short e-book, Asperger Love: Searching for Romance When You’re Not Wired to Connect, published in 2013 by New York Times/Byliner.
Harmon was born in New York City. She received a B.A. degree in American Studies from the University of Michigan…
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