Got an appetite for writing? Then follow your nose to SA Writers Centre on Sunday 19 October to work with one of Australia’s most prominent food writers, Barbara Santich.
The one day course will take you through the entire menu of writing about food, introducing participants to the potential of using food as a way of enhancing the appeal of their writing.
Taking examples from fiction, memoir and cookbooks,Santich will dish up the best of food writing and run practical exercises to get you writing delicious prose about food.
Barbara Santich is an internationally renowned food historian and food writer who has taught food writing at the
University of Adelaide since 2007.
Her books include the award-winning Looking for Flavour (1996, 2009); The Original Mediterranean
Cuisine (1995); and Bold Palates: Australia’s Gastronomic Heritage (2012), which was shortlisted in the nonfiction
category of the 2013 Prime Minister’s Literary Awards. In 2013 she edited a collection of short stories by
food writing students (Dining Alone, 2013).
When: 19 October 2014 10am – 4pm
Where: SAWC, Rundle Street, Adelaide