The "Ask Amy" column appears daily in the Chicago Tribune and on the newspaper's website, as of February 2015. The author, Amy Dickinson, also occasionally posts part of her column on her website.
Columns on the Chicago Tribune website can only be viewed by registered users. Registration is free, after which users have a limited number of free articles they can read per month. Users can subscribe to the Chicago Tribune digitally to read all the online content for a fee. Users in certain areas can also subscribe to the print version of the newspaper.
Parts of the "Ask Amy" column are available on the home page of Amy Dickinson's website, which shows recent content that has been posted. The Archive section has all the content posted from the last several years. The archive groups postings by month and year. It also categorizes postings by the type of content, such as text or photos.
In addition to her advice column, Dickinson has appeared on radio programs and written one book called "The Mighty Queens of Freeville: A Mother, a Daughter, and the Town That Raised Them." She has written for the Chicago Tribune since 2003. Other publications featuring her work include The Washington Post, Esquire and Time.