for my #mswl more queer narratives à la Neel Patel including characters coming out at later stages of their lives, particularly from BIPOC cultures. I think about this all the time. Every day. 1 AM on a Sunday after cheer up Charlie’s. Thank you and good night.
My #A #MSWL page is live! Agents, send me your BIPOC myth-retellings--your dark, lyrical novels that dip into fantasy--your REBECCA-esque gothic fiction--your quirky, voicey nonfic. Make me hungry, teach me something, whisk me away: bit.ly/2Udh4Is📚
Deserted Places @desertedpixAbandoned 13th century château located in France. pic.twitter.com/jjlU5XAXJG
I guess my #mswl is just a love story between birds and literally anything about abandoned buildings.
#promoted to Assistant Editor @VikingBooks and open to submissions—send me your lyrical novels that dip into fantasy and magical realism and myth; your haunting, REBECCA-esque sublime suspense; & any ANY memoir/narrative related to FOOD. More #mswl tk.
Eric Smith @ericsmithrocksWho are my editor and agent friends that are into food memoir?
One of my childhood friends grew up into a celebrated restauranteur and I'm beta reading her memoir and it's wildly beautiful.
It's like a Middle Eastern Blood, Bones & Butter.
Samin Nosrat @CiaoSaminThough I’ve made an effort to change that over the last several years, I can’t buy what isn’t being published. I hope after reading this column, you’ll join me in asking publishers for more cookbooks from more diverse places, written by the people from those places.
On the same wavelength--give me a narrative that ties food with memoir. Or! A novel! That ties food! With story! More like Mistress of Spices, The Particular Sadness... Pardon the pun, but I'm ravenous #MSWL