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A conversation with cartoonist and author Eleanor Davis

Eleanor Davis is an award-winning cartoonist who lives in Athens, Georgia. Her fourth book is You & a Bike & a Road (Koyoma Press), a journal of her recent attempt to bicycle across most of the South, from Arizona back to her home. ArtsATL talked to Davis about lessons of the trip, how they’re conveyed through ink drawings, and what to read while traveling across the country....

A conversation with Hannah Palmer, author of “Flight Path”

Hartsfield-Jackson Airport represents precisely the opposite of intimacy. With its sprawling parking lots, bustling terminals and invasive (though sadly necessary) security checkpoints, it’s hard to consider the world’s busiest airport to be personal in any respect. This truth makes the mission of Hannah Palmer’s memoir, Flight Path (Hub City Press, 216 pp), quite ambitious....

With “My Two Souths,” chef Asha Gomez connects the dots of cultural cuisines

Since moving to Georgia from New York 17 years ago, Asha Gomez, a native of Kerala, India, has left an imprint of her unique brand of Southern cuisine all over Atlanta. After finding success in hosting a popular weekly supper club, the chef opened her first restaurant, Cardamom Hill, in 2012. A few years later she opened her casual Indian patisserie Spice To Table, and is currently focusing on new tea line....
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