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Oral History Interview with Bharti Kirchner

Bharti Kirchner is the author of eight books -- four novels and four cookbooks, and has been publishing since 1992. Bharti has won two Seattle Arts Commission literature grants, and an Artist Trust GAP grant. Bharti has written numerous articles and essays on food, travel, fitness, and lifestyle in magazines that include Food & Wine, Eating Well, Vegetarian Times, The Writer, Writer’s Digest, Fitness Plus, and Northwest Travel. She is a freelance book reviewer for The Seattle Times and has profiled celebrities for the International Examiner. She has been widely reviewed and profiled in magazines and newspapers throughout the country and has appeared in many radio and television shows. She is a frequent speaker at writer’s conferences, book festivals, and universities throughout the nation. Prior to becoming a writer, Bharti worked as a systems engineer for IBM and as a systems manager for Bank of America, San Francisco. She has also worked in Europe and other continents as a computer systems consultant. She currently lives in the Greenlake neighborhood of Seattle with her husband Tom.

Date: March 7, 2008
Subject(s): Bharti Kirchner
Type: Oral History
Language: English
Creator: Amy Bhatt
Location: Washington

Holding Institution: University of Washington
Collection: South Asian Oral History Project at the University of Washington
Additional Information: Phase 3
Item History: 2017-01-22 (created); 2017-01-22 (modified)

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