Sarah Key has authored eight cookbooks, including a series called the Hollywood Hotplates. She has edited numerous other cookbooks, art books, essays, and screenplays. She has been writing and studying poetry for the past ten years with a number of New York poets including Jeanne Marie Beaumont and Sharon Dolin at The Frost Place, the Unterberg Poetry Center, and other master classes. She has had poetry appear in Poet Lore, the Naugatuck River Review, and Solares Hill. An upcoming short memoir piece is to appear in The Guardian newspaper, and she recently edited an essay called “Consider the Slaughterhouse” for The Huffington Post. She lives in Harlem where she shares an apartment with her son’s old hockey gear.