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Gluten-Free Rocky Road Recipe

13 Jan 2020 17:08:16

Whether you suffer from coeliac disease or are simply looking to cut gluten out of your diet, this cookbook offers hassle free recipes to satisfy all tastes and skill levels.

This cookbook by Marlisa Brown is remarkably comprehensive, covering gluten-free and allergy-friendly recipes appropriate for any occasion. Be it a luxurious three course meal, a quick cook-up for the working week or homely Sunday comfort food. As a registered dietitian, chef and president of Total Wellness Inc, Marlisa Brown (who personally has cut gluten from her diet) has the accolades to compliment her recipes.

Not only does the book offer clear scientific information about the dietary restrictions and nutritional values of each recipe, it also delivers a homely touch to gluten-free cooking with its ‘home-made’ writing style and useful tips which encourage creativity and variations to suit different tastes. As someone who regularly received forlorn looks from my Food Technology teacher I opted for a ‘quick and easy’ Rocky Road recipe to test the waters. The instructions were clear and easy to follow and the results were delicious; Marlisa can take pride in the fact that she received a thumbs up from the Eurospan team.

Most of all, the cookbook delivers on Marlisa’s own aspiration that going gluten-free ‘doesn’t have to be frustrating, time consuming, expensive or tasteless’.

New Publisher: LSU Press

10 Jan 2020 15:07:00



We are delighted to announce that, as of 1 January 2020, titles published by LSU Press are available in the UK, Continental Europe, Asia, Oceania, Latin America and the Caribbean through Eurospan.

Founded in 1935, LSU Press is dedicated to the publication of scholarly, general interest, and regional books. An integral part of Louisiana State University, LSU Press shares the university’s goal of the dissemination of knowledge and is dedicated to preserving Louisiana’s history and culture. LSU Press is one of the oldest presses in the South and among the outstanding publishers of scholarly books in the USA.


                     

Blue Notes
Jazz, Literature, and Loneliness
Sam V. H. Reese
September 2019 200pp
9780807171233 Hardback
Sam Reese investigates literary representations of jazz and the cultural narratives often associated with it, noting how they have, in turn, shaped readers’ judgments and assumptions about the music. This illuminating critical study contemplates the relationship between jazz and literature from a perspective that musicians themselves regularly call upon to characterize their performances: that of the conversation.

Reclaiming Assia Wevill
Sylvia Plath, Ted Hughes, and the Literary Imagination
Julie Goodspeed-Chadwick
October 2019 224pp
9780807170564 Hardback
Reclaiming Assia Wevill reconsiders cultural representations of Assia Wevill (1927–1969), according her a more significant position than a femme fatale or scapegoat for marital discord and suicide in the lives and works of two major twentieth-century poets, Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath.

Deep Water
The Mississippi River in the Age of Mark Twain
Thomas Ruys Smith
December 2019 360pp
9780807171097 Hardback
Deep Water is the first book to provide a comprehensive narrative account of Twain’s intimate and long-lasting creative engagement with the Mississippi. This expansive study traces two separate but richly intertwined stories of the river as America moved from the aftermath of the Civil War toward modernity. It follows Twain’s remarkable connection to the Mississippi, from his early years on the river as a steamboat pilot, through his most significant literary statements, to his final reflections on the crooked stream that wound its way through his life and imagination.

 

 

Frankfurt Book Fair 2019

30 Oct 2019 15:59:57

The Frankfurt Book Fair is always a special event in the Eurospan calendar, and follows a lot of careful planning and organisation by the team here months in advance. This year was busy as usual, and we welcomed the opportunity to meet and re-connect with colleagues, friends and customers travelling in from different parts of the world.

104 countries were represented at the Fair this year, giving it an international profile like no other Book Fair. The visitor count clocked up to 300,000 and around 7,450 companies set up at the Fair to exhibit their services. With these statistics in mind, it certainly is a big operation, and one that we enjoy being part of every year.

Eurospan returned to Hall 4.2 again this year, alongside a number of Science, Technical & Medical publishers. Joining the Eurospan stand this year were the American Mathematical Society and SIAM – both leading Mathematical publishers in their field. Additionally, the American Academy of Ophthalmology, American Academy of Pediatrics, American College of Physicians and Central Recovery Press also exhibited on the stand. We were also pleased to host Infobase, SLACK Incorporated and Society of Exploration Geophysicists, as well as a number of University Presses: The University of Wisconsin Press, The University of South Carolina Press, Rutgers University Press and Brookings Institution Press.

The stand was dressed with a number of books prominently displayed, across all Eurospan-subject areas. We were pleased to be able to accommodate our client-publishers on our stand, and support them with their busy meeting schedules and appointments throughout the Fair. The Eurospan team also had a number of meetings on the stand, and were available throughout the Fair for any publisher or customer queries.

Thank you to everyone who visited the stand this year, and we look forward to exhibiting again in 2020!

#CreateYourRevolution with the Sustainable Development Goals
at the Frankfurt Book Fair


This year the Frankfurt Book Fair will promote a new initiative for the future of culture, encouraging visitors to #CreateYourRevolution, and is proudly supported by the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. In celebration, we've curated a list of books on the SDGs to tie in to the campaign. You can also get involved with the UN's SDG Book Club, find out more here.

The Sustainable Development Goals Report 2019
United Nations Department for Economic and Social Affairs
Oct 2019 60pp
9789211014037 Paperback
Presents how far we have come towards reaching the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This fourth edition of the annual report uses the latest available data and inputs from custodian agencies of the UN system other international agencies.

Frieda Makes A Difference
The Sustainable Development Goals and How You Too Can Change the World
United Nations
Aug 2019 52pp
9789211014068 Paperback
One day, Ana from the United Nations visits Frieda’s school to teach her class about the Sustainable Development Goals—the world’s plan to reduce poverty and protect the planet by 2030. Frieda develops a global perspective and is encouraged to take action against the biggest issues of our day: from combating climate change and protecting endangered species to ending poverty and fighting inequality.
Also available in hardback, Spanish, and French language editions.

Standards for the Sustainable Development Goals
United Nations Economic Commission for Europe
Feb 2019 90pp
9789211171815 Paperback
Provides an overview of how international standards are used by policymakers to support sustainability and achieve the Sustainable Development Goals. The publication documents the practical experience of regulatory authorities, governments and local administrations, as well as regional groups of countries, in using standards.

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