Robbie Woliver is a New York Times bestselling author and award-winning journalist and editor who was a columnist for Newsday, senior editor at the Long Island Voice, the Village Voice's suburban edition, and writer for The New York Times. He is currently the editor-in-chief of the Long Island Press and is the co-author of the Amy Fisher memoir, If I Knew Then.... He has freelanced for such diverse publications and media outlets as the Village Voice, Rolling Stone, CBS Market Watch, Salon, BankRate, San Francisco Chronicle, New York Post and numerous others. He is also the founder of the National Music Awards, owner of the legendary music venue Folk City, and author of several books: Wyoming & March (New Directions in Education), Bringing It All Back Home (Random House), and Hoot! (St. Martin's Press). He lives in New York with his wife, Marilyn, son, Cory, and daughter, Emma.