Tuesday, October 20, 2009

November 17: Susan McCallum-Smith and Adrienne Kane

Susan McCallum-Smith is a freelance editor, and writes fiction, non-fiction and reviews. Her work has been featured in, amongst others, Urbanite, The Scottish Review of Books, The Philadelphia Inquirer, and The Gettysburg Review, and her reviews are often heard on Maryland Public Radio. She received her degrees in creative writing from Johns Hopkins and Bennington College. Her short story collection, Slipping the Moorings, was published in early 2009 by Entasis Press. She was born in Glasgow, Scotland, and currently lives in Baltimore, USA.

Adrienne Kane's most recent book, Cooking and Screaming, was published in February 2009 by Simon & Schuster. She is also the author and photographer of the popular food blog Nosheteria.com, which has a permanent link on Huffington Post. Adrienne's work as a food writer, recipe developer, and food photographer has appeared in Natural Health, Chow, and Digs, and on FoodandWine.com. Her personal essay, "Bring Tenacity to a Boil: Then Serve" is featured in Note to Self: 30 Women on Hardship, Humiliation, Heartbreak, and Overcoming It All. She currently lives and cooks in New Haven, CT.