Date(s) - 03/23/18
1:30 am - 3:00 am
Memoir and essays of food, writing, coming-of-age, family, sex, self-esteem, and above all, overcoming personal odds to live your best life—complete with recipes that will change your relationship with food forever. Eats of Eden follows a year of attempting to write a novel, and the daily life, occasional revelations and passions that feed, distract, complicate, and enrich that process—in the author’s case case, constant detours into the kitchen. It’s a book about writing, eating, and surviving in our Pacific Northwest world, from literary hustling at the Doug Fir Lounge to waiting for life-altering emails around a campfire stew at Crater Lake.
Join us in welcoming Seattle-native Tabitha Blankenbiller to Book Larder for her first book! Tabitha will read from her book, answer your questions, and sign Eats of Eden. Please note that Tabitha will sign copies of her book purchased at Book Larder.