- Paperback: 208 pages
- Publisher: New Internationalist (April 7, 2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1780262140
- ISBN-13: 978-1780262147
- Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.7 x 7.5 inches
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'A rich collection of short stories by various writers where food is a weapon or armor, an expression of deep conservatism or freedom, a metaphor for our times and much more besides.' - The Independent. 'A delectable collection, perfect for anyone who loves both food and fiction.' - Diana Henry, food writer, Sunday Telegraph. 'An international banquet of exceptional stories. A feast for the mind and the heart, I devoured this in one sitting.' - Kerry Hudson, author of Thirst. 'This slim collection makes room for the world.' - Sunjeev Sahota, author of Ours Are The Street.
About the Author
Elaine Chiew is a London-based fiction writer. Prizes include the 2008 Bridport Short Story Competition; the 2010 Bridge-the-Gap Camera Obscura flash fiction competition. She has a completed a short story collection and a novel called "Girl Through a Sieve" (about cooking and hip hop) and is working on a new novel about ramen.
Chitra Banarjee Divakaruni is an award-winning author, poet, activist and teacher of writing. She has been published in over 50 magazines, including the Atlantic Monthly and The New Yorker, and her writing has been included in over 50 anthologies, including The Best American Short Stories.
Pippa Goldschmidt writes long and short fiction, poetry and non-fiction. She has a PhD in Astronomy and her novel "The Falling Sky," about a female astronomer who discovers the Universe and loses her mind, was one of three finalists for the Dundee International Book Prize 2012. She was winner of a Scottish Book Trust/Creative Scotland New Writers Award for 2011/2012. Her short stories and poetry have appeared in a wide variety of publications including Gutter, New Writing Scotland, The Scotsman and anthologies such as "Where Rockets Burn Through: Contemporary Science Fiction Poetry from the UK."
Roy Kesey's latest book is a short story collection called "Any Deadly Thing." He's the author of a novel called "Pacazo," a collection of short stories called "All Over" (a finalist for the Foreword Magazine Book of the Year Award, and one of The L Magazine's Best Books of the Decade), a novella called "Nothing in the World" (winner of the Bullfight Media Little Book Award), and a historical guide to the city of Nanjing, China. He has appeared in several anthologies including Best American Short Stories, New Sudden Fiction, The Robert Olen Butler Prize Anthology and The Future Dictionary of America, and in more than eighty magazines including McSweeney's, Subtropics, The Georgia Review, American Short Fiction, The Iowa Review and Ninth Letter.
Ben Okri has published 8 novels, including "The Famished Road" and "Starbook," as well as collections of poetry, short stories and essays. His work has been translated into more than 20 languages. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature and has been awarded the OBE as well as numerous international prizes, including the Commonwealth Writers Prize for Africa, the Aga Khan Prize for Fiction and the Chianti Rufino-Antico Fattore.
Charles Lambert is a novelist and stort story writer. He has written two novels, "Little Monsters" and "Any Human Face." The title story of his collection "The Scent of Cinnamon and Other Stories" won O. Henry Prize Stories in 2007.
Rachel Fenton is a writer and artist based in New Zealand. She has been published in various publications, including "The Stinging Fly Magazine" and "French Literary Review." Rachel has also won three literary prizes, including the most recent "Short FICTION 7th Annual Competition" in association with the University of Plymouth (2013).
Diana Ferraro is a bilingual Argentine writer. She began publishing her novels, short stories, and political essays in Spanish in 1983. Now, she is the author of two collections of short stories, "The Map of Solitude" and "The Bells," and a novel, "The French Lesson" written in English.
Vanessa Gebbie became a writer in 2002, and after working very hard learned to write short stories and flash fiction. She is now the author of "Storm Warning" and "The Coward's Tale."
Sue Guiney is a novelist, poet, and educator based currently in London. Sue has five published works including, "Out of the Ruins" and "A Clash of Innocents." She describes herself as 'a writer and teacher of fiction, poetry, plays with special interests in Cambodia, violin, physics and medicine'.
Patrick Holland is the author of five publications within varying genres. These include Thriller, Travel, Religion, and Literary Fiction, such as "The Source of the Sound."
Krys Lee is a professor and writer who's debut book "Drifting House" made the San Francisco Chronicle and Kansas City Star 2012 best books of the year list. Her work has appeared in the Kenyon Review, The Guardian, Financial Times, The San Francisco Chronicle, and Conde Nast Traveller.
Stefani Nellen is writer and (sometimes) translator. Currently, she is working on a collection of short stories and two novels, which are inspired by science, "the mind," and the many aspects of running.
Mukoma Wa Ngugi is a novelist, poet, and activist scholar. He is the author of the crime fiction novels "Black Star Nairobi" and "Nairobi Heat," and an anthology of poetry titled "Hurling Words at Consciousness." He is also a columnist for "This is Africa."
Susannah Rickards trained for the theatre in Paris and then spent ten years in classical and improvisational theatre. Once she was set the task of writing a story about her character and immediately realised she was in the wrong job. She is now the author of "Hot Kitchen Snow."
Angie Pelekidis is a writer living the adjuncting dream, with a PhD in English.