155 u Denotes new or forthcoming title Food, Culture, and Literature
u ESCAPE FROM CAMP 14
One Man’s Remarkable Odyssey from
North Korea to Freedom in the West
“A searing account of one man’s incarceration
and personal awakening.”—The Wall Street
Journal. “Provides an impressive account of
the shockingly inhumane policies and institutions a political system is capable of devising.”
—Paul Hollander, University of Massachusetts,
Penguin 224pp. 978-0-14-312291-3 $15.00
Our Dirty Love Affair with Trash
With a New Afterword
“Food for thought, and more.”— The Economist.
A Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist takes readers on a tour of America’s biggest export and
greatest legacy: our trash.
Avery 304pp. 978-1-58333-523-9 $16.00
DISPATCHES FOR THE
NEW YORK TRIBUNE
Selected Journalism of Karl Marx
Edited with an Introduction by James Ledbetter
Foreword by Francis Wheen
Draws on Marx’s 11-year tenure at the newspaper, beginning in 1852.
Penguin Classics 352pp. 978-0-14-144192-4 $15.00
A Year in the Vanishing Wilderness:
Radical Strip Mining and the
Devastation of Appalachia
Foreword by Wendell Berry
“A searing indictment.”—Publishers Weekly.
“This is that rarest kind of work, a melding of investigative reporting and deep and
evocative writing about particular people in
particular places. It makes me think of Orwell
in its quiet anger and deep commitment.”
Riverhead 288pp. 978-1-59448-236-6 $15.00
Also available: American Gospel 978-1-59448-445-2
u THERE GOES GRAVITY
A Life in Rock and Roll
“America’s most influential rock byline.”—
Riverhead 420pp. 978-1-59448-714-9 $27.95
Available April 2014
Food, Culture, & Literature
u THE GOOD FOOD REVOLUTION
Growing Healthy Food, People, and
“From the plots of his Milwaukee urban farm
to low-income communities across America,
Will Allen has shown us a new type of hero-ism….[He] recounts his effort to reclaim his
family’s heritage and, in doing so, confronts
lingering disparities in racial and economic
justice.”—Former President Bill Clinton.
Gotham 272pp 978-1-592-40760-6 $16.00
Searching for America’s Lost Foods
in the Footsteps of Samuel Clemens
“An instant classic in the literature of the
table.”—Andrew Todhunter, author of A Meal
Penguin 336 pp. 978-0-14-311934-0 $16.00
u THE LUCKY ONES
My Passionate Fight for Farm Animals
“An absorbing and inspiring autobiography
and...an eye-opening behind-the-scenes look at
our food industry.”—Christian Science Monitor.
Avery 304 pp. 978-1-58333-524-6 $16.00
See page 140
u ANYTHING THAT MOVES
Renegade Chefs, Fearless Eaters, and the
Making of a New American Food Culture
“Reporting on the margins of food culture,
[Goodyear] reveals much about the broader
comedy of manners and morals in American
Riverhead 336 pp. 978-1-59448-837-5 $27.95
“A charming fish tale....A bitter ecological fable
for our time.”—Los Angeles Times.
Penguin 304 pp. 978-0-14-027501-8 $15.00
Free Teacher’s Guide available. See page 179.
EDIBLE STORIES: A Novel in Sixteen Parts
All-new stories about the food we share, love,
and fight over.
Riverhead 288 pp. 978-1-59448-488-9 $16.00
Also available: Choice Cuts 978-0-14-200493-7, Cod
978-0-14-027501-8, Salt 978-0-14-200161-5, The Last
Fish Tale 978-1-59448-374-5, The Food of a Younger Land
u ON THE NOODLE ROAD
From Beijing to Rome, with Love and Pasta
“Lin-Liu’s journey is a bold palate-awakening
adventure, endearingly rendered.”—Publishers
Weekly. “Delightful.”—Library Journal.
Riverhead 320 pp. 978-1-59448-726-2 $26.95
Bich Minh Nguyen
STEALING BUDDHA’S DINNER
See page 48
Finding Ourselves in the Kitchen
“Fascinating....Manages to illuminate the
wealth of connections that stem from our DIY
time in the kitchen.”— The Washington Post. “In
Pollan’s dexterous hands, we get the science,
the history, the inspiration, ultimately the recipe.”—The Boston Globe.
Penguin Press 464 pp. 978-1-59420-421-0 $27.95
THE OMNIVORE’S DILEMMA
A Natural History of Four Meals
“A wide-ranging invitation to think through
the moral ramifications of our current eating
habits.”— The New Yorker.
Penguin 464pp. 978-0-14-303858-0 $17.00
National Book Critics Circle Award Finalist; James
Beard Award; California Book Award Gold Medal;
New York Times Top 10 Book; Boston Globe Top 12
Free Teacher’s Guide available. See page 179.
u FOOD RULES: An Eater’s Manual
Illustrations by Maira Kalman
“Irresistible.”—The Atlantic. Includes a new
introduction and 19 new food rules. 4-color.
Penguin 240pp. 978-0-14-312410-8 $15.00
Also available: In Defense of Food 978-0-14-311496-3
Frances Moore Lappé and Anna Lappé
The Next Diet for a Small Planet
Tarcher 464pp. 978-1-58542-237-1 $15.95
Nautilus Award Winner for Social Change
DON’T EAT THIS BOOK
Fast Food and the Supersizing of America
“A powerful work of reporting and punditry.”
—Kirkus Reviews (starred).
Berkley 320pp. 978-0-425-21023-9 $16.00
The Future of the Last Wild Food
“Important and stimulating....Manages to
sound a few hopeful and exciting notes about
the future of fish, and with it, the future of
civilizations in thrall to the bounty of the sea.”
—The New York Times Book Review.
Penguin 304pp. 978-0-14-311946-3 $16.00
A Booklist Top 10 Food Title
See page 145
DRINK: A Cultural History of Alcohol
“Thorough, informative, briskly readable,
and witty...In taking us from ancient Greece
to MADD, Gately doesn’t miss a beat.”
—Jonathan Yardley, The Washington Post.
Gotham 560pp. 978-1-592-40464-3 $22.00
THE RITUALS OF DINNER
The Origin, Evolution, Eccentricities,
and Meaning of Table Manners
Penguin 448pp. 978-0-14-017079-5 $18.00