PRESS + REVIEWS
Bomb Magazine, February 23, 2022, "The Confluence of History on the Plate: Nina Mukerjee Furstenau Interviewed by Madhushree Ghosh. A food memoir that asks us to question the origin stories of the ingredients we eat." https://bombmagazine.org/articles/nina-mukerjee-furstenau-interview-ed/
Missouri Life Magazine, November-December 2021, Don't Call it a Cookbook, by Evan Wood.
Columbia Tribune Newspaper, print, and digital, October 29, 2021, Nina Furstenau's food writing heightens senses of history and connection, by Aarik Danielsen:
Speaking of the Arts, KOPN Radio, host Diana Moxon, Episode, October 28, 2021, Green Chili & Other Impostors, https://speakingofthearts.transistor.fm/episodes
Left Bank Books interview of Nina Mukerjee Furstenau with Ann Lemons Pollack:
Deaton Institute Short Film Festival Because We Eat, panel with Dan Froot, Justice Baidoo, and Nina Mukerjee Furstenau, October 21, 2020, the "Faces of Hunger."
U.S. Consulate General Kolkata live (August 19, 2020) gastronomic conversation on food, culture, and diplomacy with Nina Mukerjee Furstenau, U.S. Fulbright-Nehru global scholar and editor of Foodstory Book Series, along with Ranjini Guha, Associate Professor at GMSM College and food blogger, for a culinary exchange. https://www.facebook.com/Kolkata.usconsulate/videos/416382402655708
Speaking of the Arts, KOPN Radio, host Diana Moxon, Episode: January 17, 2020, at https://www.kopn.org/programs/speaking-of-the-arts/ ; on Spotify at https://open.spotify.com/show/5rSeNHS1uiXHMdbihC5kvf
CoMo Living, The Story of Us: Preserving family recipes breathes renewed life into cultural and family heritage, by Jessica Vaughn Martin, October / November 2018
Columbia Tribune review, Butter, Booze and Books: Anthology Serves Up Delicious Prose by Aarik Danielsen, Columbia Tribune review of Pie & Whiskey: Writers Under the Influence of Butter and Booze, published October 22, 2017.
Mizzou News, Eureka! Food & Love, Three Mizzou alumni explain how knowledge of food can win over a love interest, preserve a family’s heritage and protect the health of a community. Hosted by Erik Potter, Produced by Shane Epping, Erik Potter and Karen Pojmann, Published Feb. 14, 2017
Missouri Life Magazine, Book Talk April 2013, article by Briana Altergott
A Pockture of Culture: Writer Receives the Roots of Her East Indian Culture in Kansas, Columbia Tribune, by Marcia Vanderlip, June 2008: Columbia Daily Tribune, A Pocket of Culture, June 25, 2008, by Marcia Vanderlip