On the Hot Seat: Cooking the Books with Agent Barry Goldblatt

For the second Cooking the Books of 2017, we’re joined a few minutes into the podcast by my new! co-host! – the wonderful Aliette de Bodard. More exciting things are coming soon for Cooking the Books as well! Stay tuned…

With that in mind, Aliette and I concocted a fairly rowdy (ok it’s really rowdy) Cooking the Books session with agent & foodie Barry Goldblatt, which ranges all over the place but eventually comes back around to food and books. Since Barry’s also my agent, Aliette’s in charge of asking most of the tough questions (though thanks to the wonders of twitter, our friend Dongwon Song tossed one in from the peanut gallery as well…).

This podcast contains a LOT of candy, as fair amount of nourishing things, and a great list of books coming out in the spring & summer of 2017.

Delicious, yes? YES.

This month’s Cooking the Books Podcast, #029: On the Hot Seat – Cooking the Books with Agent Barry Goldblatt contains:


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Podcast #029: On the Hot Seat – Cooking the Books with Agent Barry Goldblatt


Barry Goldblatt opened his own literary agency in September 2000, after working in the rights and contracts departments at various publishing companies. He reps everything from picture books to adult F&SF, with clients including award-winning and bestselling writers Fran Wilde, Libba Bray, Angela Johnson, Christopher Barzak, Nisi Shawl, and Charles Vess.

Cooking the Books is a mostly-monthly podcast hosted

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