Kim Severson

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Kim Severson on the Today Show


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Bon Appetit on Kim Severson's Spoon Fed

“There are other books that tackle life's hardships, and that might make you cry (as I embarrassingly did at a coffee shop upon turning the last page), but they don't all read as well as Severson's. Am I fawning a bit? Sure. Just pick up a copy of Spoon Fed before your local bookstore runs out." more...
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Wednesday, May 12, 2010

San Francisco Weekly Talks to Kim Severson

Kim Severson, author of Spoon Fed, discusses food culture, the Bay area, and east coast vs. west coast in San Francisco Weekly.

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Friday, May 07, 2010

Kim Severson Talks to The Kansas City Star

Kim Severson, author of Spoon Fed, answers 20 questions for The Kansas City Star, where she reveals her hidden talents, what dinner she would have at the Ritz, and much more.
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Friday, April 30, 2010

Food and Wine on Kim Severson's Spoon Fed: "Honest, engaging and funny."

“A reliable test of a book for New Yorkers is whether it makes them miss any subway stops. Kim Severson's honest, engaging and funny new food memoir Spoon Fed is so absorbing, I missed my stop on three occasions...Along with some hilarious stories, Severson has created a moving, modern canon of women in food.” more...
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Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Kim Severson on The Rachael Ray Show

Watch Kim Severson discuss her new memoir Spoon Fed on the Rachael Ray Show.

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Monday, April 26, 2010

Kim Severson "serves up a wise, witty tale" in Spoonfed, says CNN

Jezebel’s Anna North applauds Kim Severson for triumphing the healing and nurturing powers of food, treating food in a positive manner, in her new memoir Spoon Fed. Plus, CNN’s iReporters share the lessons they’ve learned in the kitchen in a tribute to Kim Severson’s new memoir Spoon Fed.
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Thursday, April 22, 2010

San Francisco Bay Guardian on Kim Severson's Spoon Fed: "I couldn't put it down."

“I couldn't put it down…Severson's life lessons are never heavy-handed and, in fact, are so vulnerable, I came away renewed to face my own hang-ups, while understanding others'…Severson's own stories carry impact due to the heartfelt candor with which she shares her insecurities and fears, and what she has achieved in facing them.” more...
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Wednesday, April 14, 2010

St. Petersburg Times calls Kim Severson's Spoonfed "poignant." Epicurious says it's filled with "aha! moments."

St. Petersburg Times: “It is a poignant story told with Severson's trademark humor and open-armed love of family and friends...Spoon Fed pays homage to some remarkable women and whether Severson believes it or not, she is one, too.” Epicurious: “Severson succeeds by combining several key qualities I believe make a good memoir: poignancy, vulnerability, revelations (without being TMI), insight (aha! moments), and humor…. I found myself laughing out loud."
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