Learn the Art of Food Writing with Online Courses from CookNScribble
Write, edit, and critique with some of the best in the food writing business.
Around here, food writing is a way of life. We write to you every day about our memories of family holiday breakfasts, about our children -- we even write to you about food writing. And if you’re reading this now, chances are you have a blog of your own, or a notebook, and you like to write down your food memories, too. Memoirists, journalists, and hobbyists take note: CookNScribble wants to help you hone your sentences. Learn from their roster of accomplished writers (Ruth Reichl, Calvin Trillin, and Judith Jones among many), and let the next time you put pen to paper -- or hands to keyboard -- be easier, clearer, and destined for print.
The Essentials of Food Writing
Six weeks of podcast lectures from renowned writers like Frank Bruni and Francis Lam, professionally edited assignments, and weekly workshops will provide you with a 101 class unlike any you’ve ever taken. Write better food stories, and then, thanks to a Food52 exclusive recipe writing intensive, write better recipes, too.
Food Memoir: The Hungry I
Perfecting your narrative is essential to creating compelling memoirs. Learn the art straight from the source: writers like Calvin Trillin, Judith Jones, and Madhur Jaffrey star in podcasted lectures, while you create masterful essays over the 8-week course. And just because we like you, you’ll get a recipe writing intensive thrown in, too.
Spearheaded by well-known writer Molly O’Neill, CookNScribble is a virtual community of food writers. Instead of a classroom, they meet on conference lines and online forums to hold workshops, lectures, and to mentor those of us who aspire to write about food at the highest level.
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Writing in itself is a sort of cooking, a combining of ingredients: sometimes the finished product turns all corners of our tastes, filling us with joy, other times, we’re not so lucky. -- Jessica Ferri