Maria Finn’s new book, “The Whole Fish, How Adventurous Eating Can Improve Your Sex Life and Help Save the Ocean,” will be released by TED Books on October 25, 2012.
This look at aquatic ecosystems will shed light on social ecosystems that we create with our eating and lifestyle habits. This book will include personal stories by Maria from the fishing grounds in Alaska
and culinary hotspots of Northern California, along with profiles of innovators in the industry, consumer information and recipes by top chefs.
Maria lives on a floating houseboat in Sausalito, where she grows a rooftop container garden, despite the salty winds. She’s the author of the book, “A Little Piece of Earth, How to Grow Your Own Food in
Small Spaces” (Rizzoli, 2010), and the memoir, “Hold Me Tight and Tango Me Home” (Algonquin Books, 2010), which is in development for a new television series with FOX Studios. Her novel-in-progress, “Sea
Legs and Fish Nets,” was a finalist for the Pen/Bellwethetr Prize, founded by Barbara Kingsolver for novels that address issues of social justice.
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