Move over, Linda Greenlaw: there are some new fisherwomen in town. Kiyo Marsh, Tomi Marsh, and Laura Cooper are commercial fisherwomen in Alaska, and have written a cookbook about the challenges involved in making dinner in 30-foot seas. This issue of Cooking the Books features an interview with two of the authors, in which they divulge some of their tricks (bungee cords come in handy) and favorite recipes (they love Jade Dumplings made with salmon, cilantro, scallions and white pepper). Elsewhere in the newsletter, there’s a report on a new book about food styling and food photography from a master of the genre, a rundown of the James Beard Award winners, and lots of cookbook deals. Please sign up for Cooking the Books (it’s free!) here.