Workshops for aspiring food writers

Okanagan Food & Wine Writers’ is hosting a series of workshops.

Okanagan Food & Wine Writers’ is hosting a series of workshops Monday, April 29 and Tuesday April 30 in Kelowna.

Registrants can attend both days or just one.

Monday’s sessions are: From Good Story-Telling to Great Writing with Curtis Gillespie; Food and Travel Writing with Amy Rosen;  Canning demo with Darcell Markgraf and Beyond ‘full-bodied and ‘Great Legs’.

Tuesdays session are: Passion and the Self-Published Cookbook Project with Capital News food and wine columnist and author of The Butcher, The Baker, The Wine & Cheesemaker Jennifer Schell with Sandhill Book Marketing owner Nancy Wise followed by Crafting a Career Q & A with workshop instuctors.

Register at okfoodand wine2013.eventbrite.ca/.

 

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