Post-rain, heart of the Midwest.

My name is Peggy Wolff. I write, I cook, I bake, I’m a coffee snob, drink a lot of Rioja, channel Truffaut and Nicolas Ray and now that I stopped collecting menus, I grow things in the backyard. I started this blog to coincide with the release of my first book, Fried Walleye and Cherry Pie: Midwestern Writers on Food, an anthology of essays from highly regarded writers. Although the stories are about food, they are never just about food, but about Midwestern life. American life.

2 responses to “About

  1. Hola Peggy: Wow, what a blog. And what a beautiful cover on that new BooK!!! I am thrilled by what you’re doing. The blog form is such a good medium and your voice comes through so loud and clear—funny and intelligent and exactly IN PLACE.
    I think of how we all stumbled through together in that 1st Word of Mouth session. And I saw the fulfillment of what THAT form could be last year in Tepoztlan with a wonderful group of writers, 3 of whom are skilled bloggers like you where words and images come together but the voices keep their distinctively located individuality. As a teacher I get goose bumps. As a writer I’m envious that you’re at the beginning of the vast possibilities ahead.
    Hooray for you, Peggy. And I look forward to thumbing through that old-fashioned paper full of fish and pie.
    (Moved to Santa Barbara CA during Hurricane Sandy last Nov.I’m now in Julia’s last retirement home called Casa Dorinda. It’s a beaut.

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