Book cover, Have a good trip, exploring the magic mushroom experience by Eugenia Bone
HAVE A GOOD TRIP: Exploring the Magic Mushroom Experience

By Eugenia Bone

Flatiron Books – Macmillan Publishing
320 Pages – ISBN 978-1-250-88565-4

Have a Good Trip describes all the ways we use Psilocybe mushrooms today, from collection to preparation, from harms to trip types, and the self-organized groups whose experiments are leading the science. It covers mycology and
neuroscience, but in great part this book synthesizes the vast trove of anecdotal experiences that constitutes most of what we know about the “magic” in these mushrooms. Have a Good Trip is not a guide, but it does address all the questions the mushroom curious might have.

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Recipe page from Fantastic Fungi Community Cookbook , edited by Eugenia Bone
Fantastic Fungi: Community Cookbook

Edited by Eugenia Bone; recipes by the Fantastic Fungi community.

Insight Editions, December 7, 2021
(hardcover, 264 pages) 978-1647222956

Featuring 100 mushroom-centric recipes written by the people who know mushroom cooking best: mushroom lovers! These are the kinds of recipes you will cook for dinner: simple, family-friendly recipes representing ethnicities from all over the world.

The story behind the making of this book is the story of a community. Mycophiles from all over the USA and beyond shared their mushrooms recipes on the Fantastic Fungi movie website. Eugenia worked with 50 plus of those authors to develop their recipes for publication, and in the process, new connections and friendships were made. It’s what Louie, the director of the film calls the “Mycelial connection.” The resulting cookbook is an accurate portrayal of a community with one thing in common: mushrooms!

The cookbook also features five thoughtful and engaging essays written by Eugenia that explore a wide range of topics, including mushroom cooking, mushroom cultivation, mushroom foraging, mushroom nutrition, and the impacts fungi have on agriculture. A range of experts can be found in these pages, from chefs like Alan Bergo ( to journalists like Langdon Cook (The Mushroom Hunters), mycologists like Dr. Tom Volk, and charismatic scientist/entrepreneurs like Tradd Cotter. With beautiful full-color photography by noted food photographer Evan Sung, this cookbook will expand your appreciation of mushrooms, their different tastes, and their many, many applications, from flavoring drinks to replacing meat.

Winner of the Nautilus Book Awards
Silver: Food, Cooking and Healthy Living

“A masterpiece. The Fantastic Fungi Community Cookbook is, by far, the best culinary guide to cooking and pairing mushrooms. . . . This book makes me so hungry, I want to eat it.”
—Paul Stamets, mycologist and author

Mushroom Botanical Art

by Toshimitsu Fukiharu (Author), Eugenia Bone (Commentary)

PIE International (November 2, 2021)
(hardcover, 208 pages) 978-4756254757

A collection of mushroom and fungi paintings by European and Japanese naturalists in 18th to 19th century. The paintings each show the plant in its natural habitat and have been executed in a straightforward natural history illustration style with meticulous attention to detail. Beautiful color plate illustrations of each mushroom will attract both botanical art fans and lovers of mushrooms. It is pleasant to look and appreciate the beauty of these mushrooms, also useful for your own drawing and painting.

Fantastic Fungi: How Mushrooms Can Heal, Shift Consciousness, and Save the Planet

Forward by Paul Stamets, Louise Schwartzberg; texts by Eugenia Bone, Michael Pollan, Andrew Weil, and more.

Earth Aware Edition, August 2019
(hardcover, 184 pages) 978-1683837046

Companion to the film Fantastic Fungi.
An awe-inspiring visual journey through the exotic, little-known realm of fungi and its amazing potential to positively influence our lives.
An all-star team of professional and amateur mycologists, artists, foodies, ecologists, doctors, and explorers joined forces with time-lapse master Louie Schwartzberg to create Fantastic Fungi, the life-affirming, mind-bending film about mushrooms and their mysterious interwoven rootlike filaments called mycelium.

The AUDIO BOOK, narrated by Eugenia Bone, available on AUDIBLE
Microbia: A Journey into the Unseen World Around You

Rodale Press, April 2018
popular science
(hardcover, 272 pages) 978-1623367350

Microbia is a memoir about going back to school in middle age that drops into the science of microbiology. This popular science book  takes the layman on a broad survey of the role of microbes in nature and illustrates their importance to the existence of everything: atmosphere, soil, plants, and us.

Japanese Edition


Rodale Press, 2013
popular science
(hardcover) 978-1-60529-407-0 (paperback) 978-1-60961-987-9
(Kindle edition) ASIN: B0063GE5Z6

Throughout history fungus has been prized for its diverse properties—medicinal, ecological, even recreational—and has spawned its own quirky subculture dedicated to exploring the weird biology and celebrating the unique role it plays on earth. Mycophilia examines the role of fungi as exotic delicacy, curative, poison, and hallucinogen, and ultimately discovers that a greater understanding of fungi is key to facing many challenges of the 21st century.

Tasting Italy: A Culinary Journey

Texts by Eugenia Bone and Julia della Croce, forward by Jack Bishop, recipes by America’s Test Kitchens
National Geographic, October 2018
(hardcover, 384 pages) 978-1426219740

This illustrated guide takes you on a captivating journey through the rich history of Italian cuisine, region by region. Rich excerpts feature the origins of celebrated cheeses, the nuances of different wine growing regions, the best farmer’s markets in Venice, and more. Intriguing prose illuminates key ingredients, from olive oil and how it’s made to the various pasta shapes of Northern Italy.

America: The Cookbook – A Culinary Road Trip Through the 50 States

Phaidon Press, October 2017
by Gabrielle Langholtz with essays by different experts like Eugenia Bone on Colorado
(hardcover, 768 pages) 978-0714873961

With 800 home-cooking recipes, America: The Cookbook is a celebration of the remarkable diversity of American food and food culture state by state. Features 50 essays and menus from a ‘who’s who’ of 100 foremost food experts and chefs, including Eugenia Bone for the essay on Colorado.

The Kitchen Ecosystem: Integrating Recipes to Create Delicious Meals

Clarkson Potter, 2014
(paperback, 416 pages) 978-0-385-34512-5


Clarkson Potter, 2009
(paperback, 224 pages) 978-0-307-40524-1

At Mesa’s Edge

Houghton Mifflin, 2004
(hardcover) 978-0-618-22126-4
(paperback, University of Nebraska Press, 2012) 978-0-803-27149-4

Italian Family Dining

Rodale Press, 2005
(hardcover) 978-1-599486-126-0
(Kindle edition) ASIN: B004GJXZKI