Bill Schutt's EAT ME to Amy Gash at Algonquin

American Museum of Natural History zoologist and professor of biology Bill Schutt's EAT ME, pitched as a Mary Roach-style exploration of the prevalence and types of cannibalism, both in animal and human species, drawing on pop culture, literature, criminology, anthropology, and history to determine when and why the practice became so abhorrent to us, to Amy Gash at Algonquin, at auction, by Gillian MacKenzie of the Gillian MacKenzie Agency (NA).