Ella Risbridger - You're Booked

This week we are nosing around the bookshelves of the author described as "the most talented new cookbook writer of a generation" by The Times, the wonderful Ella Risbridger! Ella is the author of Midnight Chicken, called "a manual for living and a declaration of hope" by Nigella Lawson. Ella is also the editor of the poetry anthology Set Me On Fire and her first book for children The Secret Detectives will be released later this year. We talked to her about nourishing poetry, smoking in the bath and why she still has Daisy's copy of Brother of the More Famous Jack.

BOOKS

Daisy Buchanan - Insatiable

Ella Risbridger - Midnight Chicken

Ella Risbridger - Secret Detectives

Frances Hodgson Burnett - Secret Garden

Elizabeth Jane Howard - Cazalet Chronicles

Ian McEwan - Atonement

Sylvia Plath - Bell Jar

Sarra Manning - Unsticky

James Rebanks - English Pastoral

Ada Limon - Bright Dead Things

Hera Lindsay Bird - Hera Lindsay Bird

Kaveh Akbar - Calling a Wolf a Wolf

Richard Scott - Soho

Kayo Chingonyi - Kumukanda

Morgan Parker - There Are More Beautiful Things Than Beyoncé

Ellen Bass - Human Line

Gabrielle Calvocoressi - Rocket Fantastic

Marie Howe - What The Living Do

Mary Wesley - Camomile Lawn

Mary Wesley - Haphazard House

Mary Wesley - Speaking Terms

Mary Wesley - Sixth Seal

Mary Wesley - Harnessing Peacocks

Barbara Trapido - Brother of the More Famous Jack

Deborah Davis - Party of the Century

Barbara Trapido -

See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.