Bharti Kirchner

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Bharti Kirchner is an Indian American author.[1]

Bharti Kirchner is the author of ten books—six novels and four cookbooks—and has been publishing since 1992.[2] She has written numerous articles and essays on food, travel, fitness, and lifestyle. She has won two Seattle Arts Commission literature grants, and an Artist Trust GAP grant. Her work has been translated into German, Dutch, Spanish, Marathi, Thai and other languages.

Prior to becoming a writer, Kirchner 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.

Books[edit]

Novels:

  • Shiva Dancing (1998)
  • Sharmila's Book (1999)
  • Darjeeling (2002)
  • Pastries: A Novel of Desserts and Discoveries (2003)
  • Tulip Season (2012)
  • Goddess of Fire

Cookbooks:

  • The Healthy Cuisine of India (1992)
  • Indian Inspired (1993)
  • The Bold Vegetarian (1995)
  • Vegetarian Burgers (1996)

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Bharti Kirchner". Contemporary Authors Online. Gale. 2015. 
  2. ^ "Bharti Kirchner". The Writers Directory. St. James Press. 2015.