I’m delighted to invite you to a very special soirée all about Paris markets, finding your way through food and the current food climate at the American Library Paris. The panel will include myself as well as great friends and fellow authors, Kristen Beddard (Bonjour Kale) and Emily Dilling (My Paris Market Cookbook). The discussion will be moderated generously by seasoned food writer Alec Lobrano. Please stop by if you can and say hey! UPDATE: To listen to the evening’s discussion, hop over to Emily Dilling’s fabulous podcast here.
My book baby is born today, Edible Paradise: A Coloring Book of Seasonal Fruits and Vegetables (Universe). Now go forth and color!NYC! Don’t miss my signature and coloring extravaganza this Thursday, March 17th from 5-7pm at The Vale Collective in Williamsburg.
Columbus, OH! I’ll be signing books Wednesday, March 23rd at 6pm at Book Loft.
Chicago! Come color with me and get your book signed March 26th at 2pm at 57th Street Books.
Book tour alert! I’m on my way back to the motherland to celebrate the release of Edible Paradise: A Coloring Book of Seasonal Fruits and Vegetables (Rizzoli’s Universe Imprint). When I won’t be stuffing my face with all the burgers, bagels and enchiladas La France has yet to perfect, I hope to meet you. Come show some francofly love, buy a book and get it signed.
Here’s a fun little interview about EP and all things Paree…http://www.s-w-e-e-t.com/culture/art-design/news/a308/an-american-in-paris-who-draws-everything-she-sees/
P.S. Stay tuned for an NYC event.
Ever wondered what it looks like when a coloring book author colors in her own book? As my weekends and all my free time can attest, it looks a little something like this. Flaunting my book around town, my friends and family have experienced a bit of premature performance anxiety seeing my edition limitée copy of Edible Paradise: A Coloring Book of Seasonal Fruits and Vegetables (Rizzoli’s Universe Imprint) But fret not! This like a serving suggestion for when you receive your copy.
When I was in the process of dreaming up the book, I didn’t think of it solely as a black and white artifact. Working so passionately with color in the rest of my work, I definitely thought of the color breakdown by seasons, the potential for good shading and all the little details (hello ladybugs!) to bring the still lives to life. So coloring in 3 limited edition copies brings the project full circle for me. But more about that very soon!
And celebrate the countdown to the release date March 15th, 2016 on Instagram.