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Amy J. Barry

About Amy J.

Amy writes about all the arts from visual to culinary. She has been a theater reviewer since college and is a member of the Connecticut Critics Circle. Her Parent’s Eye View column, which ran in Shore Publishing Newspapers for over a decade, garnered her more than a dozen awards for “Excellence in Journalism” from the CT chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. She is embarking on a new column for Shore Publishing, titled My Generation in which she discusses various aspects of the Baby Boomer generation.

She is also the author of the children’s book A Child's Grief Journey, is a Hospice-trained bereavement counselor, and an expressive arts educational facilitator.

Amy lives on the Connecticut shoreline with her husband and assorted pets, and has two grown sons.

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