Camp ThunderCraft: Keynote Address (Molly Wizenberg)
This will be a keynote talk on my circuitous path to becoming a self-employed writer, writing teacher, and restaurant co-owner, and how I have worked with disappointment, change, and discomfort to continually reinvent myself and rearticulate my definition of success.
This will be the keynote address at Camp ThunderCraft this April! Visit that link to find out more about Camp ThunderCraft, and to register to join us!
Molly Wizenberg is the author of the James Beard Award-winning blog Orangette and two New York Times bestselling books, A Homemade Life and Delancey. She has written for Bon Appetit, TheWashington Post, The Art of Eating, Cherry Bombe, and more, and she also co-hosts (with Matthew Amster-Burton) the hit food-and-comedy podcast Spilled Milk. Molly lives in Seattle, Washington, where she co-owns (with chef Brandon Pettit) the restaurants Delancey, Essex, and Dino’s Tomato Pie. When she isn’t working on all that stuff, she’s hanging out with her daughter June and dog-slash-magical-beast Alice, either cooking or reading or delving into a new sewing project.