Amy Kalson

Amy is a dot-com refugee. After graduating from SLC in 1995, she got sucked into the vortex of Internet applications programming. Narrowly escaping with her soul (and a few thousand completely worthless stock options), she hopes to pursue her passion for game design. Amy is a published fiction writer. Her short story "Fish" was nominated for a Pushcart Prize. She has written a column for Silicon Salley covering topics such as women and technology, programming, and the GDC. In April 2000, her article on the Men of The Valley was read on KBZS BizRadio in San Jose. In addition to coding and writing, she enjoys riding horses, making no budget films with her camcorder, and teaching her dog to read.



Educational History

BA, Liberal Arts, 1995 Sarah Lawrence College
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