John Cage: Diary: How to Improve the World (You Will Only Make Matters Worse)

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$24.00  $22.08
Publisher
Siglio Press
Publish Date
Pages
200
Dimensions
5.8 X 8.3 X 0.7 inches | 0.95 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781938221217

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About the Author

Chef David Rose was raised with a diverse and curious palate. Born in New Jersey to two chef parents, his culinary interest led him to enroll in Le Cordon Bleu Culinary College (Tucker, GA), where he graduated Summa Cum Laude. Living in Atlanta for close to twenty years, Chef Rose finds inspiration in his surroundings and identifies as a southern chef. He creatively reinterprets classic southern fare by incorporating the refinement of his French culinary training, along with his signature bold flavors, and the occasional flair from his family's Jamaican recipes. David is a Food Network/TV personality, Omaha Steaks Executive Chef/Spokesperson, and serves as a national brand ambassador for Nissan USA and Big Green Egg; hosting the first virtual Big Green Egg: EGGtoberfest in 2020. He appeared as a finalist on Food Network Star (Season 13), cooking head to head with Bobby Flay and fielding praise from Giada de Laurentiis. Rose regularly appears on Food Network, Good Morning America, the Today Show, Home & Family, and various national morning shows. As a special events chef & culinary content creator, Chef Rose works with many high-profile brands and professional clientele. Outside of the kitchen, David continues to draw culinary inspiration from his frequent international travels. In the words of Chef David: "Food is life.... It not only feeds the body, but it nourishes the soul. To know me is to taste my cooking.
Joe Biel is a self-made autistic publisher and filmmaker who draws origins, inspiration, and methods from punk rock. He is the founder and CEO of Microcosm Publishing and co-founder of the Portland Zine Symposium. He has been featured in Time Magazine, Publisher's Weekly, Art of Autism, Utne Reader, Oregonian, Broken Pencil, Punk Planet, Bulletproof Radio, Spectator (Japan), G33K (Korea), and Maximum Rocknroll. He is the author of People's Guide to Publishing: Building a Successful, Sustainable, Meaningful Book Business, Good Trouble: Building a Successful Life & Business on the Spectrum, Manspressions: Decoding Men's Behavior, Make a Zine, The CIA Makes Science Fiction Unexciting, Proud to be Retarded, Bicycle Culture Rising, and more. He is the director of five feature films and hundreds of short films, including Aftermass: Bicycling in a Post-Critical Mass Portland, $100 & A T-Shirt, and the Groundswell film series. The Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy described Biel as "not trained in pedagogy." He lives in Portland, Ore and his work can be found at joebiel.net

Reviews

What becomes apparent, however, in both his diary and letters, is Cage's deep sense of vulnerability, the emotional force guiding him through his craft and relationships and a world fraught with political unease.--Dave Wheeler "Shelf Awareness "
[John Cage: Diary] is no ordinary account of days gone by; a plain record of events would be too simple for such a daring and meticulous artist. The product of thirty years, Diary allows us a glimpse of the late twentieth century through Cage's eyes. His insights and observations reveal a generous, openhearted view of the world in tumult.--Paris Review
I realized that I gravitated towards Cage's writings because I was tired of tidy narratives and expected endings. I wanted a text that tumbled down the page midstream, never arriving at a full stop.--J Mae Barizo "LitHub "
[R]ead Cage's diary... for his valuable insights into art, language, and humorous prose on why paper should be edible or how he describes himself as an "open cage."--Perwana Nazif "Los Angeles Review of Books "