Amy Lynn Tompkins


New York

Amy Lynn Tompkins

Covering Hudson Valley Food


Give My Regards to Broadway, I Can’t Afford a Ticket

…in which two intersectional feminists babble about the problematic implications of high ticket prices. It’s the story of a man from very humble beginnings living The American Dream, capital letters and all. It’s an integral part of the American Fable about our Founding Fathers, it features an intentionally diverse cast, and it’s told using rap, hip-hop, R&B — it’s a culmination of everything that’s uniquely American. So, what's to complain about?
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Amy Lynn Tompkins

Amy is a freelance writer and photographer living in the Hudson Valley. She currently pens Principal's Hotline (an advice column for administrators) at School Leaders Now and has been published by The Billfold, Living City Magazine, and In The Mesh. She was employed as a staff reporter by in 2013.

She has a bachelor of arts in liberal studies with concentrations in English, business, and psychology from Marist College, as well as an associate of applied sciences in paralegal studies from SUNY Dutchess. She studied Music Education at SUNY Fredonia School of Music.

She is continuing her education, studying journalism at SUNY New Paltz.

Her interests are indie music, education, social responsibility, great stories about strong women and her over-sized cat.



  • web management
  • content marketing
  • content writing
  • special education
  • Music
  • Entertainment
  • Education
  • Advice
  • Copy Editing
  • Copy Writing
  • Editing
  • Personal Essay Writing
  • Research
  • Podcasting