Lunch from Home

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Product Details

Price
$18.99  $17.66
Publisher
Rise X Penguin Workshop
Publish Date
Pages
40
Dimensions
8.86 X 10.98 X 0.43 inches | 0.95 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780593384459

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About the Author

Joshua David Stein is a writer, editor, and podcast host in New York City. He is the editor-at-large at Fatherly and host of The Fatherly Podcast. He is the author of multiple adult books, including Food & Beer (Phaidon), Epicurean Journeys (Rizzoli), To Me He Was Just Dad (Artisan), as well as the co-author of Notes from a Young Black Chef (Knopf). He has also written several children's books, including Can I Eat That?; Brick, Who Found Herself in Architecture; The Ball Book (all Phaidon); and most recently The Invisible Alphabet and Solitary Animals: Introverts of the Wild (Rise x Penguin Workshop). He recently founded The Band Books, a band that performs children's books to music. A longtime media fixture, Stein has been the editor-in-chief of BlackBook magazine, the editor at Black Ink, a senior editor at Departures, the senior editor of Eater, and the editor-at-large at Out magazine and Tasting Table. He is currently a contributing editor at Food & Wine. Stein lives in Brooklyn with his two young sons.

Jing Li is a freelance illustrator living and working in Beijing, China. She started making art at age four and has been drawing ever since. In 2013, she moved to the US to study and now holds two MFA degrees with SCAD and MICA. After recently moving back to China, the COVID-19 pandemic erupted, the epicenter of the virus just two hours from her home in Yichang. During the lockdown, she created art for the Washington Post about pandemic life in China, humanizing the difficult experience. In her other work, she is inspired by Hutong culture and by her city's history and fashion. When she's not working, she's spending time with her dogs and taking them for walks. With her art, she hopes to leave behind moments of her life for other to discover for years to come.