Join Third Place Books in welcoming Shauna Ahern with her new memoir, Enough: Notes From a Woman Who Has Finally Found It.
In her riotous debut book of essays, Shauna M. Ahern—the inimitable voice behind “Gluten-Free Girl”—confronts a culture that demands too much and shares her moving story of finding the small moments in life that are truly enough. Ashley C. Ford calls Enough “one of the best accounts of human growth.”
Shauna M. Ahern is a James Beard Award-winning author of four acclaimed cookbooks, including Gluten-Free Girl Every Day. A personal essayist at heart, her work has been published or recognized by the New York Times, Bon Appétit, the Guardian, and the Washington Post. She lives on a rural island off Seattle with her husband, Daniel, and their two children.
Kristi Coulter is the author of Nothing Good Can Came from This. She is a former Ragdale Foundation resident and the recipient of a grant from the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts. Her work has appeared in The Awl, Marie Claire, Vox, Quartz, and elsewhere. She lives in Seattle.