About the authors:
A graduate of Columbia Journalism School, Zoe FitzGerald Carter has written for numerous publications including The New York Times, The San Francisco Chronicle, Salon, and Vogue. Her first memoir, Imperfect Endings, won first place in the Pacific Northwest Writer’s Association’s literary contest and was a finalist at The San Francisco Writer’s Conference. It was excerpted in O magazine and was chosen as a finalist for the National MS Society’s Books for a Better Life Awards in the “Inspirational Memoir” category. Zoe lives in Northern California with her husband and two daughters.
Constance Hale is a San Francisco-based journalist known for her three books on the craft of writing: Wired Style, Sin and Syntax, and Vex, hex, smash, smooch. In spring 2012, her eight-part series on writing stellar sentences appeared in the New York Times Opinionator. Her personal essays have been published in the Los Angeles Times and San Francisco Chronicle, as well various national magazines and in France, A Love Story (Seal Press), 30 Days in Italy (Travelers’ Tales), and Best Travel Writing 2006 (Travelers’ Tales).
Stephanie Rosenbaum Klassen is the author of six books, including The Art of Vintage Cocktails, World of Doughnuts, Honey from Flower to Table, The Astrology Cookbook, and The AntiBride Guide. She has written about food, wine, spirits, entertaining, and the arts for numerous publications, including Time Out New York, San Francisco, Kinfolk, Vegetarian Times, Chow, Edible Brooklyn, and more. She has worked as a chef at the Headlands Center for the Arts and does frequent seasonal cooking demonstrations at farmers’ markets across the country.
Location: Additional: 41 S. Main Street City: Hardwick, Province: Vermont Country: United States (added from IndieBound)