In Mycophilia, Eugenia Bone explores the various roles that fungi play in our culture: delicacy, curative, ecological, psychoactive. Highly informative, the book serves as a good starting point for those interested in mycology, either as a means to elevate both consciousness and cuisine.

Through a well integrated blend of narrative and research, Bone sheds new light on a capricious community of Mycophiles who often see mushrooms as edible metaphors of a more integrated way of life.