Reading of Lonely Planet’s travelogue ‘A Moveable Feast’ | Berkeley
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Come see a reading from a A Moveable Feast, a new collection of travel stories from Lonely Planet. It’s like a culinary travel show, but on paper.
A Moveable Feast: Life-Changing Food Encounters Around the World is a collection of travellers’ tales set around the world. It transforms the planet into an endless all-you-can-eat buffet for mind, soul and stomach
It is the perfect intersection between food writing and travelogue, with contributions from both genres by such luminaries as Pico Iyer, Simon Winchester, Anthony Bourdain, Tim Cahill, and many more!
- Don George – Global Travel Editor for Lonely Planet Publications who’s visited more than 60 countries.
- Laura Fraser – San Francisco-based journalist who wrote NY Times Bestseller “Losing It” about the diet industry.
- Ruth Rabin – Multilingual Bay Area-based writer, editor and publisher
- & Liz McDonald
Tags: Book Reading, Food, food writers, Free, Travel, Travel Memoir
Categories: East Bay, Literature