Author Cory Martin

Cory Martin



Chronic Illness


University of Southern California


As a writer living with chronic illness, I strive to use my voice to advocate for all patients. I believe that having access to clear and concise information enables us to face the unknown of our diagnoses with less fear.

— Cory Martin


Cory Martin is the author of six books including "Love Sick" a memoir about dating, life in Hollywood and dealing with MS. Her essays have appeared online with CNN, HuffPost, Everyday Health, Psychology Today, Folks, The Mighty, and more.

As a passionate yogi, Cory Martin is also a 500-hr RYT. She is the writer behind the documentary film "Titans of Yoga" and her best-selling book "Yoga for Beginners" was released in August, 2015.


Cory has a B.A. in Creative Writing from the University of Southern California and spent time studying literature at Cambridge University.

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