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Author Wyatt Williams

  • Wyatt Williams

    Deputy Food Editor

    Williams owes his name to Peter Fonda’s character in Easy Rider. He was raised in Louisiana and subsequently apprenticed as a welder in Florida. While living in San Francisco, he worked on two oral history volumes, Underground America and Out of Exile, published by McSweeney’s. His writing has appeared in the Literary Review, Nylon, HTMLGiant, and elsewhere. In 2012, he received an Association of Alternative Newsweeklies Award for arts feature writing. Prior to joining Atlanta, he served as Creative Loafing’s events editor. He runs the Covered Dish blog and contributes regularly to the magazine.


Stories by the editorial department about travel, primarily from Arbiter's Getaway pieces

Escape to Brasstown Valley Resort

Wandering the back roads across North Georgia

We were taking the long way through North Georgia, made even longer because I kept falling prey to roadside distractions. Turning off the highway for boiled peanuts, I half teased my companion that I was looking for moonshine. Read More

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