Amy S.F. Lutz's writing about severe autism has been featured on many platforms, including Psychology Today, The Atlantic, Slate, and Spectrum. Her first book, Each Day I Like It Better: Autism, ECT, and the Treatment of Our Most Impaired Children, was published in 2014 and her second book, a collection of essays called We Walk: Life with Severe Autism, will be published in October by Cornell University Press. She is a founding board member of the National Council on Severe Autism (NCSA) and is currently pursuing her doctorate in the history of medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. She lives outside Philadelphia with her husband and five children.