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Amy Kaufman Burk

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Amy Kaufman Burk grew up in the Hollywood Hills. Her father was a screenwriter, who later published both fiction and non-fiction books. Her mother was a social anthropologist, a psychotherapist, a painter, and an author and illustrator of a children’s book. Amy attended Hollywood High School, and then Yale University, where she graduated cum laude, with distinction in the major of psychology. She received her masters degree in Health and Medical Sciences from University of California, Berkeley, and her Doctorate of Mental Health (D.M.H.) from University of California, San Francisco. She had a private practice in psychotherapy in Northern California for over twenty years, before moving to North Carolina. She is married, and has three childre ...more

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Amy Kaufman Burk I don't know if I can choose one favorite couple in all of literature, but I love Hazel Grace Lancaster and Augustus Waters. I recently read (for the …moreI don't know if I can choose one favorite couple in all of literature, but I love Hazel Grace Lancaster and Augustus Waters. I recently read (for the second time) The Fault In Our Stars, by John Green. Hazel Grace and Gus share true friendship, which grows into true love. They face tremendous adversity, both as individuals and as a couple, without one bit of self-pity. They're bright and funny, passionate and respectful, flawed and wonderful. (less)
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The Curse Of The Gift

“Eloise” was from a small rural town in Ohio and in first grade, during reading time, her teacher found her deeply engrossed in an algebra textbook. By age ten, she had moved to live with an aunt in Columbus, enrolled in Ohio State University for Calculus and home schooled in all other subjects. Her “friends” were students in college and grad school, and she became the math department’s mascot. Sh Read more of this blog post »
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“Substitute the word gay for straight and she's the exact same pain in the neck kid sister she was before she told us.”
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“…don't ever apologize for being who you are. Be gay and be proud.”
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“I grew up in the entertainment industry. I've always been told I was all wrong. No glitz. No glamour.”
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Which book should the YA LGBT Books group read as our January 2013 Book of the month?

 
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The Culling The Culling (The Torch Keeper, #1) by Steven dos Santos by Steven dos Santos (16+ for violence)
 
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Amy Kaufman Burk, Hollywood High: Achieve The Honorable

“I grew up in the entertainment industry. I've always been told I was all wrong. No glitz. No glamour.”
Amy Kaufman Burk, Hollywood High: Achieve The Honorable

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