BlogHer Food Speakers: Authors and Their Books, Part Two
By Polly Pagenhart on May 23, 2012
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Yesterday we brought you a Baker's Dozen of BlogHer Food speakers and their published books. Today we're bringing you another dozen -- 12 great speakers and their numerous works. You might not be able to read all of these books and make all of the amazing recipes in the cookbooks before BlogHer Food '12, but you do have time to grab a few. If you don't have time before the conference, there are a number of booksellers near the Fairmont Olympic hotel in Seattle.
Remember, these are just the books that our speakers have authored, co-authored or photographed. These amazing writers and photographers have also contributed to an even larger number of published works over the years, so be sure to look for more of their hard work if you have time!
Without further wait, we present the second round of our speakers' books, starting with the letter N!:
Michael Natkin's Herbivoracious: A Flavor Revolution with 150 Vibrant and Original Vegetarian Recipes is a Harvard Common Press publication this year. He'll be talking about How Cookbook Photography Differs from Blog Photography on Friday afternoon from 1:30 - 2:45pm.
Paulette Phlipot photographed Ripe: A Fresh, Colorful Approach to Fruits and Vegetables, out from Running Press this year; her A Taste of Wyoming: Favorite Recipes from the Cowboy State was published by Farcountry Press in 2008. Find Paulette on Saturday morning, 10:45am - 12:00pm, talking Behind the Jacket: The Collaborative Process behind Publishing a Cookbook.
Hank Shaw's Hunt, Gather, Cook: Finding the Forgotten Feast came out from Rodale last year. Hank will be talking about Bootstrapping a Book Tour on Saturday afternoon from 2:30 - 3:45pm.
Cheryl Sternman Rule authored Ripe: A Fresh, Colorful Approach to Fruits and Vegetables, Running Press, 2012. She'll be talking on Saturday morning, 10:45am - 12:00pm, about what goes on Behind the Jacket: The Collaborative Process behind Publishing a Cookbook.
Halley Suitt Tucker's e-book Does This Start-up Make Me Look Fat? was released by Amazon Digital Services last year. She'll be talking on Saturday morning, 10:45am - 12:00pm, on the panel Behind the Jacket: The Collaborative Process behind Publishing a Cookbook.
Kim Sunee's Trail of Crumbs: Hunger, Love, and the Search for Home came out from Grand Central Publishing in 2008. She'll close the conference being interviewed on stage by Lisa Stone, Saturday from 4:45 - 5:45pm.
Bryant Terry's most recent book is The Inspired Vegan: Seasonal Ingredients, Creative Recipes, Mouthwatering Menus (Da Capo, 2012); Vegan Soul Kitchen: Fresh, Healthy, and Creative African-American Cuisine was published by Da Capo in 2009, and Grub: Ideas for an Urban Organic Kitchen, which he co-authored with Anna Lappé, was published by Penguin/Tarcher in 2006. Bryant will be talking onstage with Terry Walters and Elisa Camahort Page on Friday from 4:30 - 5:30pm about The Intersection of Great Food, Good Health, and Social Justice.
Julie Tilsner's Mommy Yoga: The 50 Stretches of Motherhood came out in 2005 from Celestial Arts in 2005; in 2001 she published Planet Parenthood: The Funny, Helpful, Absolutely Essential Survivor's Guide to a Strange New World (Bantam) and Attack of the Toddlers! : Further Adventures on Planet Parenthood (McGraw-Hill). On Saturday afternoon from 2:30 - 3:45pm she'll be Making the Most of Kitchen Mishaps; Embracing Imperfection.
Terry Walters' Clean Start: Inspiring You to Eat Clean and Live Well with 100 New Clean Food Recipes came out from Sterling Epicure in 2010. Its predecessor, Clean Food: A Seasonal Guide to Eating Close to the Source with More than 200 Recipes for a Healthy and Sustainable You, was published by Sterling in 2009. Terry will be onstage with Terry Walters and Elisa Camahort Page on Friday from 4:30 - 5:30pm about The Intersection of Great Food, Good Health, and Social Justice.
Tara Austen Weaver published her e-book Tales from High Mountain: Stories and Recipes from a Life in Japan, Part I with Amazon Digital Services in 2011; The Butcher and the Vegetarian: One Woman's Romp Through a World of Men, Meat, and Moral Crisis was published by Rodale in 2010; she also edited the Traveler's Tales Provence (2003) and Tuscany (2001) books for Traveler's Tales. Tara will be helping attendees learn how to Build a Career in Food: Beyond Blog Monetization on Friday afternoon, from 3:00 - 4:15pm.
Joy Wilson's Joy the Baker Cookbook: 100 Simple and Comforting Recipes is out from Hyperion this year. On Saturday afternoon from 2:30 - 3:45pm she'll be talking about Making the Most of Kitchen Mishaps; Embracing Imperfection.
Molly Wizenberg published A Homemade Life: Stories and Recipes from My Kitchen Table with Simon & Schuster in 2010. Find Molly on Saturday morning from 10:45 - 12:00pm talking about Food Bloggers as Storytellers.
Wow. That's a lot of books! It's also a lot of awesome talent, which we are beyond pleased to be bringing to you at BlogHer Food next month in Seattle. If you haven't yet registered, there's still time -- but you should register soon to assure you get to witness all of these awesome speakers do their thing on stage.
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