Monday, August 15, 2011

French Feast: A Traveler's Literary Companion, edited by William Rodamor

One of the loveliest things about having published Mexico: A Traveler's Literary Companion with Whereabouts Press is that I get to hear right away about their new titles. The latest is a fresh departure from the standard collection of fiction and literary prose as a portrait of the country (e.g., Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Ireland, Australia, France, Isreal, etc): French Feast. From the press release:

When food and fiction intertwine, the pairing can be a delight to the literary palate. And where better than France to explore culinary literature? ... Prize-winning writers gather around our banquet table to offer up appetizers, entrees, and of course desserts."

Sounds tres yummy.

Read more here.