Food

Sarah Phair @SarahPhair · Nov 14

Dear Twitter, I want to expand the nonfiction side of my list. Please send me your feminist narrative nonfiction, pop culture proposals, and anything food related. #mswl

Amanda Jain @wensday95 · Nov 13

Nonfiction: books about food (always!), travel, history, art, and culture. I love to see projects that show the intersections of these topics. For instance, I'd love to see one on food deserts in America and how they disproportionately affect minority communities. #mswl

Adria Goetz @adriamgoetz · Oct 29

I've tweeted this before, but wanted to post it again: I'm hungry (pun absolutely intended) for a graphic novel about food/cooking/baking, with recipes included. :) #MSWL

Brit Brooks @Britny_Brooks · Sep 13

Little late to #MSWL today, but I'd love for some agents to send some illustrated, quirky, pop culture adult nonfiction or some lighthearted, contemporary MG & YA with some strong nerd culture flavor! (I've been itching for some cosplay/comic con/food competition stories.)

Danielle Chiotti @daniellechiotti · Sep 12

Now for some nonfiction #mswl: cookbooks, food narrative/memoir, parenting, social issues, micro histories that bring an underrated event/person/movement to light.

Amanda Jain @wensday95 · Sep 12

I'm also always interested in deep dives into particular subjects. Think quirky like Mary Roach or food-related like Mark Kurlansky. #mswl

Amanda Jain @wensday95 · Sep 12

In narrative nonfiction: Books about food, material culture, art, literature, and history always top the list, and I'm particularly interested in projects that explore how many of these topics intersect with race, gender, and politics. #mswl

Maria Vicente @msmariavicente · Sep 12

A vegan cookbook, so I can taste test all the food. #MSWL

Jenny Bent @jennybent · Aug 28

#MSWL: Cribbed from a list I read on a recent #SCBWI panel, I often like books with these elements:
food
magic
ghosts
murder
tragedy
sisters
twins
islands
romance/kissing
difficult family dynamics
people who feel like outsiders in any way
the forest

Brit Brooks @Britny_Brooks · Aug 4

I'd love to see a contemporary MG or YA cooking competition like Iron Chef or even something with a little more quirk like Food Wars. #mswl

Amanda Jain @wensday95 · Jul 25

#amquerying writers, I only have 3 queries left! Send more! I'm currently looking for adult mystery, romance (esp historical & diverse historical), women's fiction, and upmarket projects, as well as nonfiction on the topics of food, material culture, & social history. #mswl

Amanda Jain @wensday95 · Jun 12

Your semi-regular reminder that I am always interested in stories about food, be they fiction or nonfiction. #MSWL

8 Food Books to Read This Summer 2018 | Bon Appetit bonappetit.com/story/8-non-co…

Red Sofa Literary @RedSofaLiterary · May 27

It seems after losing my Dad 6 yrs ago this August, I've found so much happiness in baking. I'm all about a book that celebrates making food, sharing it, and using it as a bridge to keeping connected with friends and family #MSWL

Nicole Frail @nfrail17 · May 21

Wanted: Potential cookbook author who can write quickly about an easy and fun, sweet and savory topic. Bonus points if they take their own quality photos. Food bloggers welcome. :) DM me for more info! #MSWL #cookbooks #amwriting

Katie Kotchman @kkotchman · Apr 25

Mental Floss @mental_floss

The Signature Food of Each State — bit.ly/1rm1lQp pic.twitter.com/NNJ4fCfsyl

When I couldn’t sleep last night, I spent 45 minutes thinking about this and reading comments. So who wants to send me their NF take on intersection of food, class, and culture? #MSWL

Amanda Jain @wensday95 · Apr 16

A quick reminder that I am always open to projects like these! If you have a book about food, fiction or nonfiction, I want to see it. #mswl

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P.S. Literary Agency @PSLiterary · Mar 25

“I’d love a nonfiction project that tackles food or cooking from a non-status quo perspective. Prose over cookbook preferred!” @kurestinarmada #MSWL psliterary.com/submissions/

Jessica Faust @BookEndsJessica · Mar 16

Plot points I'd love to see #MSWL -- trapped in the wilderness, mom/school/PTO type stories, set in Alaska, magical food & always #ownvoices #diversebooks