Monday, 24 October 2011

Foreign Flavours

I'm delighted to be part of the Foreign Flavours anthology, published today by Writers Abroad. This exciting and worthwhile anthology includes fiction and non-fiction about food and cooking abroad (including my piece 'From My Malawian Cookbook'). Proceeeds from the sales of the anthology go to the excellent Bookbus charity, which supports literacy in Africa and Latin America and recently had a book drive for Malawi.


You can buy copies of the anthology from Lulu here.

12 comments:

Martin said...

Congratulations, Juliet. A worthy cause, indeed.

ashok said...

good work...and that too for a good cause...keep it up!

The Weaver of Grass said...

You certainly get your work spread around Juliet.

Carol Steel 5050 said...

Congratulations. Good cause. Good for you.

Carol Steel 5050 said...

I've just ordered the anthology and am looking forward to reading it, once it arrives.

dosankodebbie said...

What a great theme for an anthology!

Crafty Green Poet said...

Martin, ashok - thanks!

Weaver, yes I've been lucky with getting published a fair bit recently!

Carol - thanks! Hope you enjoy the anthology - I'm certainly looking forward to reading everyone elses pieces!

Debbie - it is a great theme isn't it?

Bill said...

Well done, Juliet.

Gillena Cox said...

Congrats Juliet Bill prompted me to visit glad i did

much love...

Michelle May said...

Congratulations Juliet! That's wonderful!

gabriellebryden said...

Congrats - that is awesome :)

Paola said...

Stroll from a butcher's shop in Spain to a tea-stall in Bangladesh; taste nsima, the staple Malawian dish, or futuristic olive substitutes from another planet; meet Mrs Garcia who sells the tastiest tomatoes in the south of France; discover bhelpuri from India and vincisgrassi from Italy...this beautifully illustrated collection of fiction, non-fiction and recipes is a true feast which has something for everyone. A great feelgood Christmas gift!