Coming in Fall 2016 and Winter 2017

georgeanne-author-photoGeorgeanne Brennan

Georgeanne Brennan is an award-winning cookbook author, journalist, educator and entrepreneur who is nationally recognized for her work. Her expertise ranges from farming and agriculture to history and food lore. She is the recipient of many awards including a James Beard Foundation Award.

In 2014 she launched her online store, La Vie Rustic—Sustainable Living in the French Style, which reflects her long-time love affair with France and especially Provence, where she has a home.

In addition to her books Brennan writes regular features for the San Francisco Chronicle newspaper’s food section and has contributed to Fine Cooking, Bon Appétit, Cooking Pleasures, the New York Times, Garden Design, Metropolitan Home, Horticulture, and Organic Gardening, and is a regular contributor and columnist for Edible Marin and Wine Country. She has been featured in Food and Wine, Gourmet, and Sunset magazines, among others, and has appeared on, Good Morning America, and other shows. She lives in Winters, CA, and Provence.

dsc_2374David Elliot Cohen

For the past thirty-five years, bestselling author and editor David Elliot Cohen has created books that have collectively sold nearly six million copies worldwide. Most were in the immensely popular Day in the Life and America 24/7 photography book series. A proud graduate of Yale University and Cathedral Preparatory School in Erie, PA, Cohen has four New York Times bestsellers to his credit along with #1 bestsellers in Australia and Spain. His 1999 memoir, One Year Off, was a national bestseller. He lives in Manhattan with his beautiful wife, Laureen Seeger, and the youngest of their five children.

Praise for Georgeanne Brennan and David Elliot Cohen

for Georgeanne Brennan’s A Pig in Provence

“You can almost smell the lavender as you follow Brennan’s love affair with the province that became her second home and shaped the culinary persona of this cooking teacher and food author. Brennan is a talented storyteller.”
San Francisco Chronicle

“Georgeanne Brennan’s captivating memoir reminds me of why I, too, was enchanted by Provence. She beautifully captures the details of living in a place where the culture of the table ties a community together—where everyone knows the butcher and the baker, and everyone depends on the farmers.”
—Alice Waters, owner, Chez Panisse

for David Elliot Cohen’s One Year Off

“It is honest, reflective and often uproariously funny. What is best about it are the very real and frequently humorous interactions of a family forced into proximity and its representation of travel and experience as valuable and unimaginably enriching.”
San Francisco Chronicle

“Witty, honest… and amazingly sane.”
Chicago Tribune

“A landmark in travel literature.”
Boston Herald

“Humorous and gripping.”
Publishers Weekly


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