Feeding the imagination (The Food Chain) BBC World Service
Two novelists (Avni Doshi and Abi Dare) discuss how food fuels their creativity
What do writers eat to stoke their creative fires?
George Orwell is said to have had a penchant for plum pudding, while Agatha Christie was partial to sipping cream while at the typewriter.
Food is fuel for an author but also serves as inspiration; often finding its way on to the page.
In this episode of The Food Chain, Ruth Alexander speaks to novelists Avni Doshi and Abi Dare about their relationship with food and drink and how that influences their writing.
You are what you eat:
The Food Chain: BBC World Service
Feeding the imagination
Two novelists discuss how food fuels their creativity