For many years, children's book author Ellen Potter worked as a waitress while struggling to get published. During that time she met many extraordinary people--from a young cook who had survived the Khmer Rouge massacres to a waiter who had lived underground in NYC's subway tunnels.

Potter, who spoke at Sage Chapel on Dec. 21, 2009, talks about the eye-opening experience of being a writer/waitress and how it transformed both her work and her life.

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