Interview,
Season 3,

Episode 105: Special Guest Amy Fowler

July 11, 2018

I am so incredibly blessed to have the opportunity to meet so many amazing people through this podcast. Today’s guest is so dang awesome and I am so excited to introduce you to her.

Amy Fowler is from our kickass community of Lawrence, KS and she is doing some pretty kickass things. Her blog, Raising Someone Else’s Children, and Other Animals is an official “must read” along with her journey as a writer makes Amy an incredibly interesting listen. We cover a little bit of everything–from her blog, to literally raising someone else’s children to living within the LGBTQ+ community and infertility.

A little more background on Amy with her official bio–

“My name is Amy Lauren-not-Farrah Fowler. I grew up in Wichita, KS, but now make my home in Lawrence, the only dot of blue in a sea of red. I share a home with my partner, sometimes his two children, always one surly Boston Terrier, and one Scruffy Mutt. I make a living as both as an American Sign Language-English interpreter and Cued Language Transliterator. I write to express my convictions and engage my demons.

I am currently writing a collection of essays about my experiences as an infertility survivor. As a side project, I recently started a blog called, “Raising Someone Else’s Children, and Other Animals,” in which I share my experiences as a step-parent and a co-parent, some of my experiences around infertility, my perspectives on life as a member of the LGBTQ+ community (my partner recently began his hormonal transition to male), and musings on my love for dogs. You can find my blog at raisingsomeoneelseschildrenandotheranimals.wordpress.com.
I have been a practicing interpreter for twenty years. I recently started focusing on my writing with the intention of sharing my infertility journey. Since getting serious about writing, the Universe has aligned for me in such a way that I know that this is something I am meant to do, for myself and for others. I was recently awarded a fellowship to the prestigious Idyllwild Arts Academy in California for their summer writers week, which takes place this July.”

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