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Cooking with the Muse

Publication Date: Apr 2016
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Format: Hardcover
ISBN: 978-1-936797-68-4
Price: $34.95

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Cooking with the Muse
by Myra Kornfeld and Stephen Massimilla

(Available in Apr 2016)

Cooking with the Muse offers 150 nutritious international recipes with a plenitude of imaginative poetry about food and ingredients, along with enlightening literary essays, playful culinary and historical notes, and 200 beautiful full-color photographs.

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Myra Kornfeld

Myra Kornfeld

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Myra Kornfeld is a chef, educator, and the author of three previous cookbooks, The Healthy Hedonist, The Healthy Hedonist Holidays, and The Voluptuous Vegan. She teaches in the graduate nutrition program at the Maryland University of Integrative Health and at the Natural Gourmet Institute, and she is head chef for the website myfoodmyhealth.com.

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Stephen Massimilla

Stephen Massimilla

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Marla Maritzer

Stephen Massimilla is a poet, critic, professor, and painter. Acclaim for his books includes a Stephen F. Austin University Press prize, the Bordighera Poetry Prize, the Grolier Poetry Prize, along with a Van Renssalaer Award. He teaches literature and writing at Columbia University and the New School.

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One Hundred Hungers

Publication Date: Mar 2016
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Format: Paperback
ISBN: 978-1-936797-721
Price: $16.95

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One Hundred Hungers
by Lauren Camp

(Available in Mar 2016)

In her Dorset Prize-winning new collection, Lauren Camp explores the lives of a first-generation Arab-American girl and her Jewish-Iraqi parent. One Hundred Hungers tells overlapping stories of food and ritual, immigration and adaptation, evoking her father’s boyhood in Baghdad in the 1940s at a time when tensions began to emerge along ethnic and religious lines. She also draws upon memories of Sabbath dinners in her grandparents’ new home in America to reveal how family culture persists.

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Lauren Camp

Lauren Camp

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Lauren Camp is author of two previous books of poems, This Business of Wisdom (West End Press, 2010) and The Dailiness (Edwin E. Smith, 2013), which was an “Editor’s Pick” by World Literature Today and winner of the National Federation of Press Women’s 2014 Poetry Book Prize. Since 2004, she has produced and hosted Santa Fe Public Radio’s “Audio Saucepan,” which entwines music with contemporary poetry. She lives in New Mexico.

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