Michael Booth

Michael Booth is an award winning English author and journalist. He has written seven books: - 'Just As Well I'm Leaving - To the Orient with Hans Christian Andersen', which was shortlisted for an Irish Times first time author award; - 'Sacré Cordon Bleu', a BBC Radio 4 Book of the Week. - 'Sushi and Beyond', which won a Guild of Food Writers award and was adapted for television. - 'Eat, Pray, Eat', which was shortlisted for a British Press Award. - 'The Almost Nearly Perfect People - Behind the Myth of the Scandinavian Utopia,' winner of the biennial Guild of Travel Writer's Best Narrative Travel Book (2016). - 'The Meaning of Rice', shortlisted for Guild of Food Writers', Fortnum and Mason's, and André Simon food writing awards (2017). - 'Three Tigers, One Mountain: A Journey Through the Bitter History and Current Conflicts of China, Korea and Japan'. (2020). He is a broadcaster and public speaker, and writes regularly for a variety of newspapers and magazines around the world, including the Guardian, Monocle, The Times and Condé Nast Traveller.
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