Known as “Hungry for Words,” this workshop covers a lot of ground in two jam-packed days. We start with a brief look into the history of food writing and its most noted contributors, then shift into a myriad of fast-paced discussion on developing book proposals, writing food blogs, pitching stories to online and print publications and a number of writing exercises. Attendees will leave armed with a thick workbook crammed with writing exercises, examples of great writing, a real-life book proposal and query letters plus an extensive reading list. An online follow-up session for the group is included as part of the program.
Space is limited. To sign up, visit Politics & Prose registration page.
Meanwhile, we’ve made a couple more spots available in the May 18-19 workshop at Richard Hugo House in Seattle.