In her New York Times column, Rosenthal penned a love letter to her spouse in the form of a personal ad. Ten days after it was published, she died.
The late author of the widely-read piece “You May Want To Marry My Husband” will have a classroom dedicated in her memory.
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Amy Krouse Rosenthal published more than 30 works in her too-short lifetime, including a few best-selling children’s books. But she has perhaps become best known for a heart-rending essay that appeared in The New York Times last week, in which she described her husband of 26 years, Jason Rosenthal, in the form of a dating…
Amy Krouse Rosenthal, a Chicago memoirist, children’s book author, and joyful prankster died early this morning from ovarian cancer, her agent has confirmed, just 10 days after her New York Times Modern Love essay “You Might Want to Marry My Husband” went viral.
I don’t know Amy Krouse Rosenthal. But, like a lot of people in Chicago and now on the internet, I feel I do. She’s the author of last week’s devastating New York Times Modern Love essay, “You May Want To Marry My Husband,” a love letter to her husband, Jason, in the form of a personal ad, written as she dies from cancer.