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The Atlantic Celts—A Gastronomic Memoir from Ireland to Iberia
Sept. 26, 2017
Beebe Bahrami and Andrea Broomfield
Non-fiction: General/Other
The Atlantic Celts is a travel narrative, food memoir, and recipe collection exploring the roots and sources of the still-practiced ancient Celtic culinary heritages among Europe’s Atlantic nations. Combining the spirits of how M.F.K. Fisher, Frances Mayes, and Ruth Reichl write about food, and how John McPhee, Pico Iyer, Paul Theroux, and Peter Mayle write about people and place, Beebe Bahrami and Andrea Broomfield use their own unique voices to create compelling, readable, engaging, and edible art.
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Beebe Bahrami is a professional writer and anthropologist known for award-winning travel, memoir, archaeology, outdoors and adventure, food and wine, spiritual, and cross-cultural writing. She is the author of four travel books: Café Oc—A Nomad’s Tales of Magic, Mystery, and Finding Home in the Dordogne of Southwestern France (Shanti Arts Publishing, 2016); Café Neandertal—Excavating Our Past in One of Europe’s Most Ancient Places (Counterpoint Press, 2017); The Spiritual Traveler Spain—A Guide to Sacred Sites and Pilgrim Routes (Paulist Press, 2009); and Historic Walking Guides Madrid (DestinWorld Publishing, 2009).

Andrea Broomfield is an English professor and culinary historian at Johnson County Community College, Overland Park, Kansas USA where she is also cooking and studying her way towards an Associate’s degree in the culinary arts. She is known for her earlier work on the history of Victorian women’s journalism, politics, and cooking, and is author of Prose by Victorian Women: An Anthology (co-authored with Sally Mitchell, 1996) and Food and Cooking in Victorian England: A History (2006)
Laura Strachan
Strachan Literary Agency
Annapolis, MD 21404
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