As part of the Celebration of Women’s Voices festival, I’ll be reading tonight at Historic Huguenot Street’s Deyo Hall along with other contributors to A Slant of Light: Contemporary Women Writers of the Hudson Valley. My piece is a short memoir essay about finding food in rural France in the late summer (which sounds pretty good right now, I have to confess. Anyone else as tired of winter as I am?). Looking forward to meeting other contributors as well as to teaching tomorrow’s workshop on opinion writing and blogging. Directions and details can be found at the Historic Huguenot Street’s website.
I’ll be reading along with other Good Mother Myth contributors at PowderKeg in Brooklyn. Join us! Details are as follows:
January 25 from 6-8pm
33 Flatbush Ave., 3rd Floor
Brooklyn, New York 11217
Check out PowderKeg’s Facebook page. It looks like an amazing space!
I just heard that I received a partial fellowship for a residency at the Vermont Studio Center for next March, where I’ll be working on my book about how families and communities are managing and dealing with food allergies. Thanks to everyone who cheered me on!