Or, specifically the design of my book.
There is so much cabbage to love here. Loved your Grub Street Diet!
You're in the week before your book launch!!! Well done well done well done- take this comment as a cue to, amidst all the mania of this period in time, even just for 10 seconds, just really really savour that fact! The sense of vicarious excitement but also anxiety I feel when I read a lead-up piece like this and read the interviews and promo etc is so real for some reason, and I do not know how I would weather that as the actual central character, so, seriously, well done!!!
Thanks for letting us know about your interview on Everything Cookbooks, https://www.everythingcookbooks.com/episodes/57-alicia-kennedy-on-expanding-the-scope-of-food-writing. Even though I don't have an aspiration to write a cookbook, I love the podcast series. Listening to the hosts and their guests is entertaining, informative and relaxing.
Besides the cover art, that Grub Street Kapur illustration is divine. So is your article!
Design(er)! This was truly wonderful, to have a designer who understood/felt from the reading.
‘What I wanted for the cover was something very human and enticing, that showed food was indeed the book’s central subject—that it was not something purely ideological....[Chu] designed this first cover, which is the printed cover, based just on what she envisioned from reading it. I was shocked—and relieved’.