It can be hard to talk about writing -- the process itself is often solitary, and many writers find it difficult to speak plainly about how they do what they do. This is not the case with Susan Rebecca White, who is teaching a fiction workshop at DWS starting this coming week.
Check out this interview with Atlanta Magazine from back in 2013, just after the publication of her novel A Place at the Table, which is influenced by the real-life story of chefs Edna Lewis and Scott Peacock. In the interview, White talks about why so many writers are foodies, how she conceives of religion, and the value of being beloved to yourself, even when nobody else loves you.
There are still a few spaces available in White's class. Click here to learn more and sign up!