The fabulous Pittsburgh writer Sherrie Flick was recently interviewed by Ploughshares, an online literary magazine, about her many roles as a professional food writer.
"Sherrie’s flash fiction often incorporates food as a driving metaphor too, and her novel, Reconsidering Happiness
, primarily takes place in a bakery. But in recent years, Sherrie’s culinary ventures have moved out of the kitchen and off the page—she teaches food writing at Chatham University, and she is a food columnist, an urban gardener, and the series editor for At Table, an evolving book list at University of Nebraska Press that seeks to 'expand and enrich the ever-changing discussion of food politics, nutrition, the cultural and sociological significance of eating, sustainability, agriculture, and the business of food.'"
To read Sherrie's interview, click here