Crow Pie is dedicated to telling stories that need a unique home.

We are working with contributors from the editorial, creative, and culinary worlds to make print projects full of stories that might not fit anywhere else. For our first issue we’re exploring death. We are looking at the inevitable through the eyes of people who work with it, profes­sions that wouldn't exist with­out it, and recipes in­spired by it. 

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Recipe books



Alica Forneret
editor & writer

Alica is a writer and eater born and raised on the citrus-lined streets of the Inland Empire. She spends her time pitching freelance stories about Vermont strippers and slaughtering. She has written for Kinfolk, Gather Journal, Remedy Quarterly, Modern Farmer, Put A Egg On It, and more.

Kyle Sheehan
art director

Driven by an insatiable desire to answer the question, “Well what do I do now?”, Kyle has spent most of his adult life printing things, building websites, and making noises with computers. He’s gotten to do some really cool stuff for folks like Modern Farmer, Taste Talks, Neutrons/Protons, and bunches more. Known to most as a “food dumpster,” the only thing Kyle loves more than eating is GIFs. If he’s not masticating or staring at a computer you can find him riding his bike around the mountains of Colorado.

Byron Stithem
recipe developer

Although he has spent a lifetime attempting to shake the condition, it’s likely that Byron is best known for his midwestern sensibilities and non-regional dialect.  Even given these constraints, he has found himself in the employ of some respectable dining establishments around the country, though he has certainly dabbled in others that may be considered “unsavory”.  Beyond his work as a culinarian, Byron often finds himself taking life lessons from a four year old, and navigating the launch of a sake brewery in his home city of Nashville, TN.