Monica Bhide, food writer and writing coach extraordinaire
What could be more effective and helpful than personalized feedback on your work from one of the premier food writers in the industry?
We are pleased to offer one-on-one mentoring with Monica Bhide, our writer-in-residence for Eat Write Retreat. Eight meetings will be available during our innovative Pitch to the Pros session. During 10-15 minute meetings, Monica will personally advise attendees on any number of subjects: culinary writing, branding, mission, and more!
Spaces are limited and will be released at 12:00 PM ET on Saturday March, 2, 2013. Only registered attendees will have the opportunity to sign up for an individual mentoring session with Monica. Register today, during early bird registration, for your chance to directly benefit from Monica’s insight and savvy!
About Monica Bhide
Monica Bhide has written on food for such publications as The New York Times, The Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, Christian Science Monitor, Bon Appetit, Town and Country Travel, Food and Wine, Cooking Light, Health, and Better Nutrition. She has authored three cookbooks, the latest being: Modern Spice: Inspired Indian recipes for the Contemporary Kitchen (Simon & Schuster, 2009), which Padma Lakshmi called her personal – “BEST.BOOK.EVER” in Newsweek.
In 2012, The Chicago Tribune picked Monica as one of seven note-worthy food writers to watch. And Mashable recently picked Monica as one of the top 10 food writers on Twitter.