MARJORIE R. WILLIAMS is the coauthor of Markets of Paris. Her work has been featured in Afar, NPR's Travel with Rick Steves, The Huffington Post, France Today, and House Beautiful. She also blogs on travel, food, and markets around the world. Marjorie travels extensively and believes that exploring markets is one of the most rewarding ways of immersing oneself in the local culture. She lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Thorough, accurate and mouth-watering. Essential reading for all market-hoppers. --Peter Mayle, author ofA Year in Provence and A Good Year Marjorie Williams reveals the best of Provence's beautiful markets in this charming guide. Her tips on brocantes, local goat cheeses, vegetable vendors, and more had me dreaming of a sun-drenched vacation, straw basket slung over one arm. -Ann Mah, author of Mastering the Art of French Eating The idea of organizing the book around days of the week is brilliant. I would strongly recommend this travel companion to anyone who's planning to visit Provence. --Nicolas Martin, founder of Flea Market Insiders What a delicious idea--that of discovering Provence via its authentic markets! To read Marjorie's informative guide is to be whisked away in a wicker panier, one bursting with leafy parsley, nougat, and olives, as a friend leads you thoughtfully to her favorite market stands. --Kristin Espinasse, creator of the French Word-A-Day blog and author of Words in a French Life Wonderfully engaging and evocative. This book with its stunning images not only transports me back to Provence but makes me want to immediately pack my bags and do it all again, armed with this little gem. --Sandy L. Price, author of The Flea Markets of France and Vintage and Antique Fairs of England From the gracious and knowledgeable Marjorie Williams comes yet another gem for the Francophile traveler: a guide to Provencal markets that's comprehensive, carefully researched, and a pleasure to read. --Clotilde Dusoulier, author of ChocolateAndZucchini.com and The French Market Cookbook There is no better way to experience France than by wandering aimlessly through a farmers' market in Aix or Avignon--the colors and fragrances, the wild strawberries and fresh cheeses. Marjorie Williams's Markets of Provence is indispensable, an authoritative and seductive guide to the best of the region. --Luke Barr, author of Provence 1970