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Amy Poehler Signs Her First Book Deal

January 29, 2013 (9:22 am) GMT
The 'Parks and Recreation' comedienne has scored a deal to write her first book.
Amy Poehler

"" star has signed a deal to write her first book. According to publisher It Books, the book will be "an illustrated, non-linear diary full of humor and honesty and brimming with true stories, fictional anecdotes and life lessons."

The 2013 Golden Globe Awards co-host's still untitled book will be published in 2014 by Harper Collins Publishers' It Books. Poehler's editor Carrie Thornton said she was "blown away by [Poehler's] creativity and her passion."

Poehler's Golden Globes hosting partner and longtime friend started the current demand for books by female comedy writers with "Bossypants", which has now sold more than two million copies. Other books written by , and are also doing very well.

A few months ago, "" creator and Golden Globe winner also scored a book deal. She is set to receive $3.7 million for a collection of humorous essays.

Poehler, a former "" regular cast member from 2001 to 2009, will put "her original twist on the conventional memoir" which "will have (a) universal appeal." The book will be "a unique and engaging experience from one of today's most talented and beloved stars," assures It Books.

Besides the Golden Globes hosting stint, Poehler and Fey have also worked together in the movie "" in 2008 and for minor a role in the film "". Poehler has been consistently nominated at awards shows for both her stints on "SNL" and "Parks and Recreation".

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