Amy Guth

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Amy Guth
Known forRadio host
Journalist
Website
www.amyguth.com
 
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Amy Guth
Known forRadio host
Journalist
Website
www.amyguth.com

Amy Guth is an American radio host, writer and author.

She was a reporter and digital editor for the Chicago Tribune's books section until February, 2011, when the news organization named her as social media editor.[1] She is co-host of a Tribune Company’s AM news-talk station, WGN weekend talk show, "WGN Weekends with Alex and Amy."[2][3]

Guth is author of the 2006 novel, "Three Fallen Women."[4]

Guth was involved in the debut season of Chicago Live!, interviewing guests for the live stage production and radio broadcast including Scott Turow.[5]

In the March 2011 issue of Chicago Magazine, Guth was included among the "50 Most Beautiful Chicagoans" list.[6] In June of the same year, she was listed on New City's "Lit 50: Who Really Books In Chicago" list.[7]


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