Welcome to THE EXPERIMENT
We are an independent publisher, launched in 2009, focused on a wide range of nonfiction—much of it practical—including food (and how to grow, cook, and enjoy it), health and fitness, psychology and personal development, parenting, relationships, sexuality, personal finance, science, and nature. We’re called The Experiment because every book is a test of new ideas—and because we’re motivated by the curiosity and wonder of the unknown that drive every scientific experiment. Our books enlighten, empower, and entertain readers with new or freshly presented ideas, stories, and practices. You can explore all of our books, including our forthcoming Fall 2014 titles, by browsing through our Fall catalog. Our scale is intimate, our books far-reaching.
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Sep 26, 2014 8:30 am

Sharon Palmer, RDN, author of Plant-Powered for Life, will be giving a talk titled The Plant-Based Prescription for Inflammation at Northwest Vegfest in Portland on September 26. More information here.

Sep 29, 2014 5:00 pm

Rochelle Bilow, author of The Call of the Farm, will be part of the Larkin Square Author Series, a special evening sponsored by Larkin Square and Talking Leaves Books, celebrating the launch of Rochelle’s stunning memoir and the variety of local produce in the Buffalo area. Book sales are handled by Talking Leaves Books, book-signing, and beer, wine, and light fare available for purchase at The Filling Station.

Oct 1, 2014 7:00 pm

Book Reading by Rochelle Bilow ’09
Wednesday, Oct. 1 at 7 p.m.
Grewen Auditorium, Grewen Hall

Rochelle Bilow will read from her forthcoming memoir, The Call of the Farm: An Unexpected Year of Getting Dirty, Home Cooking and Finding Myself. Bilow graduated from Le Moyne with a bachelor’s degree in communication, then earned a grand diplome in classic culinary arts from the French Culinary Institute in Manhattan. She is now a web staff writer for Bon Appétit.

This event is free and open to the public. For more information, call (315) 445-5470.

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