Caroline Eden is a regular contributor to the pages of The Guardian, The Telegraph, Financial Times and other publications as well as having a weekly travel page in London’s Metro newspaper.
She has also reported on key events in Bangladesh, Kazakhstan, Haiti and Azerbaijan for BBC Radio 4’s From Our Own Correspondent and has spoken to audiences about her travels at the Royal Geographical Society, Asia House, Stanfords and Waterstones.
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.
Her first book 'Samarkand - a culinary journey through Central Asia' is a food/travel title about Central Asia and the Caucasus that she has co-authored with Eleanor Ford.
You can buy it here or find it for sale in bookshops worldwide.
Literary agent: Heather Holden-Brown at hhb agency