Boston pastry chef to publish first novel


Congrats to Louise Miller, a Boston-based pastry chef who’s sold her first novel, “Fair Season,” to Pamela Dorman Books. (It’s a two-book deal.) Miller, an alum of Grub Street’s Novel Incubator program, wrote what she knows: “Fair Season” is about a Boston pastry chef who decamps to Vermont and discovers love and community as the chief baker at a local inn.

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