Whetstone is minority-owned and led by a diverse group of women and people of color. The writing style and the stories told reflect this diversity in their richness and character. Contributors are from around the globe.
This issue explores the theme of food origins. As the editors summarize it: "Stories from the Salvadoran Diaspora, reviving the world's oldest spirit in Palestine, home cooking in Kyrgystan, a signature dish on a Panamanian island, food and belonging in Denmark, a visit to a Sarawak pepper farm in Malaysia, a fight for biodiverse avocados, and Victoria Torres embraces the challenges along with the terroir in Spain's Canary Islands."
Paperback. Vivid color photography throughout.