This week the Artists’ and Writers’ Cookbook: A Collection of Stories with Recipes (and delightful illustrations by Amy Jean Porter) has been published by powerHouse Books. Edward Kelsey Moore has shared one of his favorite recipes and an essay in the book. The editor, Natalie Eve Garrett, describes the ideas that bring the cookbook to life: "the connections between art, writing, and cooking make sense: Ideally all three are about making something new. They all require some measure of vision, revision, faith, and magic -- not to mention a high tolerance for disaster." Some of the 76 contemporary artists and writers who have contributed a recipe and a short essay to this delicious collection are:
Pulitzer Prizewinning Writer, Anthony Doerr
Writer, Joyce Carol Oates
Writer, Neil Gaiman
Writer, Ruth Ozeki
Pulitzer Prizewinning Poet, Sharon Olds
Writer, Alice Hoffman
Writer, Ana Castillo
Writer, Actor, Director, James Franco
Poet, Nikki Giovanni
Writer, Edwidge Danticat
Critic & Writer, Ruth Reichl
Writer, T.C. Boyle
Writer, Edward Kelsey Moore
Writer, Journalist, Lev Grossman
Writer, Cartoonist, Roz Chast
Pulitzer Prizewinning Writer, Jane Smiley
National Medal of Arts recipient, Julia Alvarez
And an additional 50+ recipes and essays from Writers & Filmmakers & Painters & Performance Artists & Photographers & Sculptors & More!
The Artists' and Writers' Cookbook: A Collection of Stories with Recipes
(A thoughtful and fulfilling gift idea!)
Publisher: powerHouse Books
(distributed in many parts of the world by Penguin Random House)
Street Date: October 11, 2016
Hardcover 176pp List Price: $30.00*
* Individual store prices may vary.
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"This is a book of the best gustatory recollections—great writers and artists offering us their own personal madeleines. It's a delicious 76-course literary meal."
—Writer, Darin Strauss
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