" Eaten Back to Life distills an omnivorous appetite and intellect into easily digestible bites, offering crisp observations about cuisine and food writing that make this collection a must for the reader who likes to play with their food, conceptually, as well as eat it." - Montreal Review of Books   "Campbell specializes in literary artisanal prose, which means it is mannered and amusing." - Toronto Star  "If food writing today is becoming increasingly blog-like, then Campbell is leaving his self-focused compatriots in the dust."- The Coast on Food and Trembling "The philosophical flourishes are tempered with a clever wit and personal reflections that will challenge readers to think more deeply about their own eating experiences." - Humber Literary Review
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