Rozanne Gold is an award-winning chef, food writer, journalist, and end-of-life doula. After four decades living at the intersection of “the culinary and the literary,” she now delves into the world of spiritual nourishment. Poet Annie Finch calls her a “geographer of women’s souls.” The author of thirteen acclaimed cookbooks, she has written for the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and Bon Appetit, among other publications. She is a four-time winner of the James Beard Award, and a finalist of the 2020 Sappho Poetry Prize. Ms. Gold has an MFA from the New School for Social Research, and is on the board of Brooklyn Poets. Mother Sauce is her first poetry collection. Visit her at www.rozannegold.com.