Waterstones82 Gower Street, London, WC1E 6EQ
mardi 10 mars de 18:30 à 21:30
À partir de £8(1 autre option disponible)
Women have a long history in the kitchen and of writing about such matters. But how much freedom have we had in that? And how much freedom have we had in how it’s been parsed and packaged?―Charlotte Druckman
We are delighted to bring together food writer Kate Young, author of The Little Library Year, in conversation with Charlotte Druckman, editor of Women on Food, a provocative collection of food’s most distinctive female voices.
Bringing their own perspectives as food writers, Kate and Charlotte will tackle many of the subjects covered in Women on Food, which addresses the contemporary issues faced by women across the food industry, from the #MeToo movement and gender bias, to the intersection of fashion and food, the evolution of food writing, and food as comfort. They will also draw on The Little Library Year – which draws together literature and cooking with nostalgia and creativity – discussing the writers that have inspired them, in both food and literature.
Tickets are £10 / £8 including a glass of wine or soft drink. This event has been postponed from November 2019