Ally Anna Lappé is the new maven of sustainable food. Anna wrote part of the food section of our new book Worldchanging: A User's Guide for the 21st Century.
She's also got her own book out now, Grub, written with chef and food justice activist, Bryant Terry. These two Brooklyn-based trailblazers are on a mission to bring more sustainable, fair, and healthy food into kitchens everywhere, and they'll be stopping in cities nationwide for book signings, readings, and food-focused events.
This Thursday, April 20, Grub hits Seattle for a reading at Elliot Bay Books at 6pm. If you're in the area, stop by, and then please join us afterwards for drinks and a chance to connect with other Worldchanging readers (and Grub-lovers) at The Hideout (corner of Madison and Boren). We'll be co-hosting the event with our friends from Grist. We'd love to meet you - please swing by!
I was lucky to be there a week or two ago as Anna and Bryan held forth before a rapt audience at New York's Coliseum Books. Their love of grub is infectious. Have fun tonight, WC and Gristies.