This book is about Lois Clary, a talented young programmer from Michigan who finds her way to California, and into the weird world of food that waits there. It’s about work and eating, robots and microbes, independence and ambition,
andI believe it is the first novel in English to feature, as a key supporting character, a possibly-sentient sourdough starter.
Sourdough is published in the U.S. by MCD, a new division of FSG that I’m tremendously proud to be part of. The book’s cover, with its shining alien batard, was designed by Rodrigo Corral, the best in the business.
Sourdough will be available everywhere books are sold on September 5, but you can—and s h o u l d—preorder it now:
Here’s where I’ll be talking about the book and signing copies and also thwacking them with my special stamp manufactured by Rubber Stamps Unlimited, Inc., of Plymouth, Michigan. (You’ll see.)
These are some of my favorite bookstores in the world, so I hope you’ll be able to join me at one of these events:
Editions of Sourdough in languages other than English are on the way! I’ll post links here as they become available.
September 2017, Berkeley
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