My first book, Let Me Eat Cake: A Celebration of Flour, Sugar, Butter, Eggs, Vanilla, Baking Powder, and a Pinch of Salt, was published by Simon & Schuster on April 14th, 2009. Since then, I've been a busy cake lady. I'll post links to book-related events and articles here from time to time.
Here's my current calendar. On Mother's Day, I'll be live on KGO Radio's "A Matter of Taste," from San Francisco, on Mother's Day from 11:30 to 12:00, so you can listen if you're a left coaster. Sometime soon, my interviews with NPR's "A Chef's Table" and Silver Chair Books will go live. Check out "The Signal," on WYPR, this Friday, as I'll be reading about my grandmother. Then, Saturday, May 15 at 5:00 p.m., I'll be reading with three fantastic writers—for twelve minutes each!—at Minas in Hampden.
Five of many podcasts are up. You can hear them in the player below.
"She Takes the Cake" in the Baltimore Jewish Times
Baltimore's READ IT
Stuff Style Loves
The Cake Lady on a post card, by the great Michael Kimball
Cakespy gives me away
Cold Mud blurbed
Author is unabashedly smitten with cake" in the Deseret News
Mostly NF review
No Titles wants more
I'm a Nonfictionist
Cake on "Daybreak"
B More Sweet likes me!
Mark Scarbrough calls me "The Aquinas of Cake" at Real Food Has Curves
"Woman is consumed by a passion for cakes" in the Baltimore Sun
Diana Page Jordon's review
Another radio player, just in case: