- Novelist, journalist, and Los Angeles native Emily Beyda wrote about LA's best northern Thai food (and the slightly obscure location where it can be found) for Serious Eats.
- She pens a popular food advice column for The Austin Chronicle called Dear Glutton.
- Her debut novel, The Body Double, was published in 2020 by Penguin Random House.
Emily Beyda is a LA-based novelist, journalist, teacher, and dumpling enthusiast who's written for the likes of Serious Eats, Thrillist, Fodors, and Refinery29. In addition to writing a food advice column called Dear Glutton for The Austin Chronicle, she works as a copywriter for a number of brands. She also founded The Coop Workshop, a creative space that's collectively owned.
The Body Double, her first novel, was published by Penguin Random House in 2020.
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