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About the Author
Catherine Newman is the author of What Can I Say? and the award-winning bestseller How to Be a Person, as well as two parenting memoirs: Waiting for Birdy and Catastrophic Happiness, and a middle-grade novel, One Mixed-Up Night. She's also the co-author of Stitch Camp. Newman is the etiquette columnist for Real Simple magazine and the editor of the James Beard Award-winning kids' cooking magazine ChopChop. A regular contributor to publications including the New York Times, Romper, Cup of Jo, and Grown & Flown, Newman lives in Amherst, Massachusetts, with her family. Visit her at

"Sandwich is joy in book form. I laughed continuously, except for the parts that made me cry. Catherine Newman does a miraculous job reminding us of all the wonder there is to be found in life." -- Ann Patchett, New York Times bestselling author of Tom Lake

"Sandwich reminds me of Laurie Colwin's Happy All the Time--Newman shares Colwin's ability to write about intertwined happiness and heartbreak (as well as her passion for food). I found myself snorting out loud with laughter, the wheezing kind, then all at once, deeply moved. This is a book about love and change and loss, all packed into an annual family week on Cape Cod. And it's a total delight." -- Kate Christensen, author of The Great Man and Welcome Home, Stranger

"I loved reading this book! Not only do I want to send this gracious family a thank you note for having me along for a week at the beach, I'm still laughing out loud when I think of some sentences, and lumping up in my throat when I think of others." -- Eliza Minot, author of In the Orchard and The Tiny One

"Catherine Newman nails it all: the hilarious domestic details of family life, the tremendous stakes of our most personal choices, and the vulnerability of loving other human beings wholeheartedly. I feel this book so deep in my bones." -- Mary Laura Philpott, author of Bomb Shelter: Love, Time, and Other Explosives