Caroline Eden is a writer and journalist contributing to the travel, food and arts pages of The Guardian, The Times Literary Supplement, Daily Telegraph, Financial Times and elsewhere.

Her first book 'Samarkand - recipes and stories from Central Asia and the Caucasus' is a food and travel title that was published by Kyle Books in June 2016. It was a Guardian book of the year 2016 and it went on to win the Guild of Food Writers ‘Food and Travel’ award in 2017. You can buy it here or find it for sale in bookshops worldwide.

Black Sea - Dispatches and Recipes through Darkness and Light’ was published on 1 November 2018. It was one of the Financial Times Best Food Books of the Year, won 'Best Travel and Food Book of the Year’ at the Edward Stanford Travel Writing Awards and won the John Avery Award at the Andre Simon Awards. You can buy it here or in all good bookshops.

Specialising in the former Soviet Union Caroline has filed stories from Uzbekistan, Ukraine, Russia, Kyrgyzstan Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Turkey, Haiti and Bangladesh for BBC Radio 4’s From Our Own Correspondent and has spoken to audiences about her adventures at the Financial Times Weekend Festival, Royal Geographical Society, Asia House, Stanfords and the Frontline Club.

Caroline began her career writing travel book reviews for The Bookseller then working for Odyssey Guides and Steppe magazine, both companies with a focus on Central Asia while she studied for an MA from SOAS, University of London. 

Literary agent: Jessica Woollard at David Higham