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Word Week “Food Literature: International Cuisine”
March 7 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pmFree
Local writers Cara Black, Andrew McIntyre, and Anne Raeff read passages from their works that discuss food, cooking, and eating. Hosted by Olive This Olive That, an olive oil boutique & tasting bar, you can hear these talented authors discuss their interest in international cuisine and sample some of the shop’s olive oils and balsamic vinegars. Delicious fun for all! Wednesday, March 7, 7:00 pm, Olive This Olive That, 304 Vicksburg St., Noe Valley. A Word Week 2018 event.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS:
Cara Black writes the New York Times and USA Today best-selling Aimée Leduc Investigation series set in the different arrondissements of Paris. She’s lives in Noe Valley and loves Bernie’s coffee. She gets to Paris whenever she can. Her latest book is MURDER IN SAINT-GERMAIN. Her website is www.carablack.com.
Andrew McIntyre has published more than 50 short stories in numerous magazines, including Catamaran Literary Reader, The Copperfield Review, Gold Dust Magazine, The Mississippi Review, Pindeldyboz, Parting Gifts, 3:AM Magazine, and The Noe Valley Voice. He is the author of THE SHORT, THE LONG, AND THE TALL (Merilang Press, 2010), a collection of 34 stories, all published between 2000 and 2010.
Anne Raeff’s short story collection THE JUNGLE AROUND US won the 2015 Flannery O’Connor Award for Short Fiction. Her novel WINTER KEPT US WARM will be published in February 2018. She is proud to be a high school history and English teacher working primarily with recent immigrants. She too is a child of immigrants. Much of her writing draws on her family’s experiences as refugees from war and the Holocaust.