Food

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

eater.com/cookbooks/2018…

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

Amanda Jain @wensday95 · Feb 16

In narrative nonfiction, I'd love to see more food-centered books, especially those exploring forgotten aspects of our food history or that look at the intersections of race, feminism, and food. Think THE COOKING GENE or WHAT SHE ATE.

Amanda Jain @wensday95 · Feb 16

Amanda Jain @wensday95

Who's up for some Friday afternoon #mswl tweets? Here are some specific things I'll be looking for at BookEnds!

As a general reminder, I rep adult romance, mystery, women's, and upmarket fiction, and have a deep and abiding love for historical fiction across all genres. I also rep narrative nonfiction, especially on topics like the literary world, food, material culture, & social history.

Carrie Pestritto @literarycarrie · Jan 21

I want to represent a food historian! #mswl 🍰🥧🥖🍲

Jessica Alvarez @AgentJessicaA · Jan 5

Why, oh why, don’t I have more culinary books? Women’s fiction, romance, mystery, nonfiction, whatever. Send them to me to tide me over as I wait for more Top Chef. #MSWL

Erica Bauman @Erica_Bauman · 30 Dec 2017

Also, food. Anything that deals with food in a really fun (maybe magical) way. #mswl

Carrie Pestritto @literarycarrie · 22 Oct 2017

I'm hungry for books that take place in bakeries, chocolate shops, restaurants/cafes...basically, I'm just hungry 🥐🍳🥓🍪🍰🥙🥃 #mswl

Annie Hwang @AnnieAHwang · 19 Oct 2017

Would love a book about a food scientist #MSWL

Loan Le @loanloan · 12 Sep 2017

#MSWL Adult fiction MS focusing on food/chefs. Because I'm hungry.

Amanda Jain @wensday95 · 16 Aug 2017

If you have a NF project that looks at forgotten history of food in this way, I will always want to see it. #MSWL

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Jess Errera @thisJESStin · 22 Jun 2017

Exciting news: my Manuscript Wish List Page has gone live at manuscriptwishlist.com/mswl-post/jess… Go poke around & see what's on my #MSWL (then send it!)