Amy Stockwell Mercer is a writer living in Charleston, SC with her husband and three sons. She works in the communications department at the College of Charleston. Amy is currently working on a novel set on a lake in Maine that’s inspired by her extended family. Throughout her career, her writing has been focused on profiles of various creative people, art, and health and wellness. From 2012-2015 Amy worked with artists such as Jonathan Green, John Westmark, and Mary Whyte in her role as the marketing and communications manager at the Gibbes Museum of Art. Her work can be found in a variety of publications including The Post and Courier, Charleston Magazine, The City Paper, Art Papers, Diabetes Health, Literary Mama and skirt magazine. She graduated with an MFA in Creative Writing from Queen’s University in Charlotte, NC in 2010, and has published two nonfiction books about living with diabetes called, The Smart Women’s Guide to Diabetes, Authentic Advice on Everything from Eating to Dating and Motherhood, and The Smart Woman’s Guide to Eating Right with Diabetes.
Amy can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.