is a writer, editor, and baker originally from Charleston, SC. She has lived in North Carolina, Copenhagen, Milwaukee, Los Angeles, and New York. She’s currently based in LA, where she misses barbecue.
She received her B.A. in both Global Studies and Sports & Social Issues from UNC-Chapel Hill, where she was a Morehead-Cain scholar. While there, she also was the editor of CHEW and wrote a thesis about the anthropology of pie in the American South. She is the founder and editor of The Uncommon Muse. She has also won an IACP award for Narrative Food Writing.
When she's not writing, reading, or baking pies, you can find her watching Wes Anderson movies, rooting for the Cleveland Indians, or trying to convince her yiayia to give up her kouroulakia recipe.