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Jodie Gould is an award-winning writer and author specializing in popular culture, health & fitness, marriage & relationships, parenting, entertainment, and travel.  Her bestselling book, Date Like A Man: To Get the Man You Want (HarperCollins) with Myreah Moore, sold more than 95,000 copies and was translated into five languages.  Jodie’s other books include High: 6 Principles for Guilt-Free Pleasure and Escape (Hazelden); Your Brain on Yoga (Rosetta), one of the first e-books for Harvard Health Publications, coauthored with Harvard neuroscientist Sat Bir Khalsa;  Women and Recovery: Finding Hope with addiction expert Kitty Harris, Ph.D (Wiley); Beautiful Brain, Beautiful You: The 7-Step Program to a Better, Smarter Younger You with Harvard neurologist Marie Pasinski, MD (Hyperion);  Change One Thing: Discover What’s Holding You Back–and Fix It (McGraw-Hill); Lose Your Mummy Tummy (DaCapo); More Money Than God: Living a Rich Life Without Losing Your Soul, ghosted with Rabbi Steven Leder (Bonus Books); Men Are From Cyberspace (St. Martin’s); and Heather! The Unabashed Unauthorized Celebration of All Things Locklear (Citadel).


Jodie has appeared on Oprah, ABC-TV’s World News Now, CNN, Extra, Geraldo, as well as numerous local TV and radio shows across the country. Her books were featured in People, Entertainment Weekly, Cosmopolitan, Glamour, Town & Country, In Style, Fast Company, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, New York magazine, The New York Daily News, The New York Post and others.


Her articles have appeared in Family Circle, Woman’s Day, Cosmopolitan, Elle, Redbook, First for Women, All You, American Health, Spy, The New York Times Syndicate, The New York Observer, Newsday, Scholastic and more.


She has blogged for the Huffington Post, iexplore.com, About.com, BrazenWoman.com, Courage to Change (Hazelden newsletter with 133,000 circ), and written a monthly relationship column for Showtime.com.

Jodie was founding editor of More Joy: The Dr. Joy Browne Newsletter, and an articles editor for Woman’s World, a national weekly magazine with a circulation of more than a million.

As a former book publicist and publishing event coordinator for the NPR affiliate WSHU Public Radio’s “Join the Conversation,” she has worked with such renowned authors and celebrities as Khaled Hosseini, Anna Quindlen, Jodi Picoult, Andy Borowitz, Nicholas Kristof, Richard Ford, Mitch Albom, Rosanne Cash, Frank Deford, Robin Roberts, Jane Pauley, Dick Cavett, Scott Simon, and Mary Higgins Clark. Jodie is also available for book collaborations and writing consultations.

She has a master’s degree in Journalism from Columbia University, where she was awarded a Pulitzer Fellowship and an Alfred du Pont Fellowship for Broadcast Journalism. She received a MADD Media Award from Mothers Against Drunk Driving for her Family Circle article on spring break.

Jodie lives in New York City with her husband and daughter.