Dana Goodyear

The Nazi Sites of Los Angeles

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How Driscoll’s Reinvented the Strawberry

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THE PLAYFUL PROVOCATIONS (AND EROTIC KAFTANS) OF THE LEBANESE ARTIST HUGUETTE CALAND

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THE GUESS BROTHERS’ MASONIC TEMPLE

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JEREMIAH TOWER, A FORGOTTEN FATHER OF THE AMERICAN FOOD REVOLUTION

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AN L.A. ARTIST WHO ANTICIPATED OUR TRUMPIAN MOMENT

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THE NOT-SO-CELEBRATORY REACTION TO SNAP’S I.P.O. IN ITS HOME TOWN

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LIONS OF LOS ANGELES

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Anything That Moves
-Now Available in Paperback-

"This is fascinating and occasionally horrifying stuff, and it’s a must-read for anyone who cares about what we eat, how we eat it, and why. Fun, fast-paced, and highly recommended." -BOOKRIOT

"It is precisely because I am not a foodie that I found such immense pleasure in reading Dana Goodyear's Anything That Moves: Renegade Chefs, Fearless Eaters, and the Making of a New American Food Culture. It was like reading Bruce Chatwin on Patagonia or Ryszard Kapuściński on Ethiopia, maybe even Norman Mailer on war." -NEWSWEEK

"Goodyear is an extraordinary adept reporter and observer. I can’t think of another writer who could have done justice to the material. …highly enjoyable and memorable journey through the brave and strange new world of avant garde cuisine." -BOSTON GLOBE

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