Books by Michelle Stacey

Released: April 1, 2002

"Roots of neurosis dug from a darkened, long-ago room."
Prolific magazine writer Stacey, whose praiseworthy debut (Consumed, 1997) examined America's obsession with food, resurrects from Victorian medical annals the clamor and intrigue once surrounding a celebrated case. Read full book review >
Released: April 14, 1994

"In all, provocative and accomplished."
Stacey, a magazine journalist, contends that Americans have become paranoid about food, especially about fat, and that our fears have taken the pleasure out of eating. Read full book review >