NoFood

TitleNoFood
Year for Search2014
AuthorsTolmie, Sarah
Date Published2014
PublisherAqueduct Press
Place PublishedSeattle, WA
KeywordsCanadian author, Female author
Annotation

Satire in which the world’s best chef, bothered by the fact that no one pays attention to his food, decides to serve no food and still charge for it. The people still come. This takes place within a vaguely described dystopia of radical rich/poor differences, the disappearance of many species of both fauna and flora, disease, and terrorism. The very wealthy have TGB (Total Gastric Bypass) surgery (all digestive and, in women, reproductive, organs removed). The Canadian female author is an Associate Professor of English at the University of Waterloo.

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Author Note

The Canadian female author is an Associate Professor of English at the University of Waterloo.

Full Text

2014 Tolmie, Sarah. NoFood. Seattle, WA: Aqueduct Press. PSt

Satire in which the world’s best chef, bothered by the fact that no one pays attention to his food, decides to serve no food and still charge for it. The people still come. This takes place within a vaguely described dystopia of radical rich/poor differences, the disappearance of many species of both fauna and flora, disease, and terrorism. The very wealthy have TGB (Total Gastric Bypass) surgery (all digestive and, in women, reproductive, organs removed). The Canadian female author is an Associate Professor of English at the University of Waterloo.