We will be at Harold Washington Library with Andrew Zimmern and his book AZ and the Lost City of Ophir. He will be in-conversation with Kevin Pang.
About Andrew Zimmern:
Andrew Zimmern is a world-renowned chef, writer, teacher, and television personality. He has won four prestigious James Beard Awards for Outstanding Television Food Personality and for his hit show, Bizarre Foods, on the Travel Channel. When not in airplanes, buses, or hovercraft transport stations, he lives in Minneapolis, MN, with his family.
About AZ and the Lost City of Ophir:
Twelve-year-old AZ dreams of becoming the world's greatest explorer. Instead, he's stuck in summer school with just Odd Uncle Arthur for company.
Little does AZ know that this summer will be his most thrilling--and dangerous--adventure yet. After a time-traveling mishap, AZ finds himself in Ophir, a lost city full of wonder, secrets . . . and cursed tombs.
AZ must rely on his new friends and his gut to get him home. But first, he must summon the courage to guard magic artifacts from a repulsive villain. Will blood-thirsty crocodiles, turbulent rapids, and a stomach-churning feast stand in his way? Or does he have what it takes to join the Alliance of World Explorers?
About Kevin Pang:
Kevin Pang is editor-in-chief of The Takeout, and contributes to The New York Times and Saveur. His documentary "For Grace" premiered at SXSW 2015 and streams on Netflix. Kevin has been nominated for five James Beard Foundation Awards, including a 2010 winner for The Cheeseburger Show, and his writing appears in six editions (2010-2014, 2017) of the "Best Food Writing" anthology. He also hosts and produces Typecast, a podcast about writing.