Amy Bartlett

Editor / Writer

United States

A 20 year veteran of Marketing, Media, and Ministry, Amy Bartlett has built a career on finding and delivering the story -- especially the story of God in contemporary society. Graduating from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and serving as an editor for Guideposts in New York City, Bartlett relocated to her home state of California serving independent clients for nearly a decade (e.g., Rhapsody [now Napster], Purpose Driven Publishing, KLOVE/Air1, Barbour Books, etc.), and directing children’s arts education and drama therapy programs for North Coast Repertory Theater.

In 2008, Bartlett focused efforts exclusively in Marketing and Advisory Management for San Diego’s New Venture Christian Fellowship (continuing through early 2020 as adjunct/consultant), and served 4+ years as Marketing & Digital Communications Director for Jessup University in Northern California. Having now settled in the Southeast (Hilton Head / Savannah area), Bartlett recently returned to writing / editing full time, and maintains "multi-passionate" pursuits in the Arts, including music and photography.

Of these varied outlets, Bartlett states, “It’s impossible to pick a favorite format, but it’s impossible not to focus on a single Reason. My job is to hold a microphone to whatever the language, tool, or project, directly or indirectly fulfilling a modern day translation of the Great Commission, communicating through all things, Jesus.”

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Creative Writing: Essay
A Passing Corner of Camelot

"People think it’s a love song. It’s actually the most ironic little tearjerker ever written."

Christian Women's Publication: Editorial
Stand Still And See

"Knowing I hate a fuss but love a steak, the meal was 5-star but the gifts were Dollar Tree."

Food Writing
Last Meals to Live For

"Chilean Sea Bass is my spirit animal..." "One thousand Italians just got the chills in Teaneck."

Sample Chapter: Non-Fiction
Be Still America

Published Book: Ch. 21 Lisa Beamer Story

Sample Chapter: Devotional
With Open Eyes

Published Book: Ch. 6 "The Twelve-Dollar Gospel"