this a fan site, or Amy's official site?
AmySedarisRocks.com is a unofficial fan site, though Amy
does occasionally contribute to it. If you're slightly confused
because you clicked on, or typed in, amysedaris.com ("Shouldn't
that be her official site?") and landed here, that's because
Amy does not have an official site, so we're redirecting the amysedaris.com
domain name here for the time being.
can I buy Amy's cupcakes or cheeseballs?
When she has time, and is in the mood to bake and make deliveries,
Amy's cupcakes can be found at Joe
in New York (on Waverly Place). I suggest calling to see if they're
available before making a trip over there. Her Li'l Smokey Cheeseballs
are sold at Gourmet
Garage in New York, though Gourmet Garage makes them--not Amy.
You can find her recipes for both of these foods on this
page. It's my understanding that Amy doesn't sell cupcakes much
can I write to/contact Amy?
She doesn't really have a fan mail or public address. Grand Central
Publishing (Amy's publisher), however, states on their website:
we receive a great number of requests, we're not able to release
the phone, fax, mailing or email addresses of any of our authors.
If you'd like to send a letter to your favorite author, you can
do so via a standard letter, addressed as follows:
c/o Author Mail
Grand Central Publishing
237 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10017
understand that it is up to the discretion of the individual author
as to whether or not a correspondence will be answered.
I get asked fairly often if Grand Central will foward gifts or items
other than letters. To be honest, I have no idea. But before you
send Amy that treasured family heirloom, you might want to read
the second page of an interview I did with her a few years ago.
Amy be coming to my city on her book tour?
is Amy's fall/winter 2010 book tour schedule. All public appearances
and book signings that I know about will be posted on the site.
If she's doing a public appearance that is not part of the book
tour, it will be mentioned here.
does Amy get her dresses and aprons?
Many of Amy's dresses, like the ones she wears on talk shows, and
aprons (i.e. ones worn on Martha Stewart and the cover of her book)
are custom made by Mary
Adams. More recently, most of her custom dresses have been made
by Adam Selman.