Spring 2012 Catalog Preview

by corinne on February 3, 2012

We are very excited to be nearing the launch of our spring 2012 catalog. The current catalog is a collection of books being published this season that we have worked on, either as a literary agent or on PR campaigns. We love these books and are exceedingly proud of all the hard work that has gone into them. See a preview of what’s coming here!

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Cookbook Roundup Roundup

by corinne on December 16, 2011

‘Tis the season of the cookbook roundup! Here is a collection of just some of the end-of-year lists we read this season. Happy cookbook reading to all!

http://www.jewishexponent.com/article/24851/Cookbooks_to_Warm_Winters_Chilly/

http://www.metropulse.com/news/2011/nov/30/best-cookbooks-2011/

http://www.nytimes.com/2011/11/30/dining/notable-cookbooks-of-2011.html

http://www.boston.com/lifestyle/food/gallery/cookbooks11/

http://www.npr.org/2011/11/21/142598710/2011s-best-cookbooks-revenge-of-the-kitchen-nerds

http://www.chow.com/galleries/251/chow-holiday-gift-guide-2011-cookbooks

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/12/01/best-cookbooks-2011_n_1123545.html

http://www.epicurious.com/articlesguides/blogs/editor/2011/12/food-memoirs-narratives-2011.html

http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2011/12/04/FDOR1M4SND.DTL

http://nanciemcdermott.wordpress.com/2011/12/16/nancies-holiday-gift-list-cookbooks-from-the-2011-bumper-crop/

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Gluten-Free Vegetarian Cooking for the Holidays

December 1, 2011

One of the biggest challenges of cooking for holiday gatherings is addressing everyone’s dietary needs and preferences.  It was with this very challenge in mind–the challenge of making something delicious that everyone can eat–that Carol Fenster wrote her latest book, 125 Gluten Free Vegetarian Recipes. Her recipes were created to be accessible to as many [...]

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Special news from Nava Atlas!

November 3, 2011

  Recipes from Nava Atlas’ new book Vegan Holiday Kitchen included in New York Times story “A Thanksgiving Feast, No Turkeys Allowed” by Tara Parker-Pope NEW YORK, NY (November 1, 2011) …Nava Atlas’ new book, Vegan Holiday Kitchen, is featured in a New York Times Health section piece about going meatless (and beyond) for Thanksgiving. [...]

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Rise & Shine

September 16, 2011

We are thrilled to have veteran cookbook author Judith Fertig (Author of Heartland, BBQ Bash, and 25 Essentials: Techniques for Grilling Fish, among many others) write a guest blog post about seasonal breakfast options. — Rise and Shine. That’s what breakfast is supposed to help us do—revive us after a night’s sleep and get us [...]

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Cookies for Kids’ Cancer

September 13, 2011

As another mother of a child who had cancer when she was 3-1/2, I share in Gretchen Holt-Witt’s deep commitment to making a difference: of working to raise funds to eradicate childhood cancers. My own daughter, Sally, is a 24-year survivor of leukemia, and is running in her very first marathon on October 2nd to [...]

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Friday Link Love: Popsicle Heaven

July 22, 2011

With the heatwave looming, what better way to cool down than with homemade popsicles? Not the  neon-colored, plastic-wrapped ones we remember from being a kid, but the homemade–dare we say healthy?–kind. Start with a super-cute popsicle mold for easy freezing (or something a little more classic.) We’re used to strawberry, grape, and lime flavored popsicles, [...]

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Skip the Take Out and Make it Yourself

July 20, 2011

  For me, the best part about Easy Chinese Recipes by Bee Yinn Low (Tuttle 2011) was the realization that Chinese food does not always have to mean take out. In my family, take out always means Chinese precisely because the flavors and ingredients are not what we eat or cook on a regular basis. [...]

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Overcoming My Fear of Indian Food

July 11, 2011

I am by no means an Indian cuisine connoisseur. My first experience with Indian food was two weeks ago. I entered the restaurant excited to try something new, but, to be honest, I was a little nervous. I had always been advised that “curry smells weird” and “the spices are too different for a ‘foreigner’ [...]

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Hello My Name is Sally and I Killed a Chicken

June 24, 2011

DISCLAIMER: the end of this blog post contains pictures of a chicken slaughter. Vegan clients, friends, and anyone who is going to bitch at me for showing you how it all went down, you have been warned. I have been talking about killing a chicken for over two years now. Ever since I read Washington [...]

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