Sherrie Flick is a freelance writer, fiction writer, urban gardener, baker, teacher, and cook. Her books include the novel Reconsidering Happiness (Bison Books) and the flash fiction chapbook I Call This Flirting (Flume). Her food writing appears regularly in Pittsburgh Quarterly magazine. When she descends from her South Side Slope's home, she teaches in Chatham University's MFA and Food Studies graduate programs.
This isn't your gym-class square dancing. This is great fun, as writer Sherrie Flick discovers, and the good music and atmosphere includes nice touches such as East End craft beer and lavendar coconut muffins.