SARAH KEY has had poems published in Poet Lore, Naugatuck River Review, InPatient Press, Solares Hill, Poetry Nook, Truck, Enizagam, Kaleidoscope, Prelude, and Melancholy Hypberbole. She has studied poetry in Barcelona and New York with Sharon Dolin and at Cave Canem with Eduardo Corral among other generous teachers. She has been honored with a prize by the Tennessee Williams Exhibit in Key West. In her other writing life, she has authored eight cookbooks, including a series called The Hollywood Hotplates, Serendipity Sundaes, and Serendipity Parties. Currently, she has eight essays on the Huffington Post. At a Bronx community college, her hard-working writing students teach her about resilience. Not too many real chefs were hurt in the making of her phrenology reader.