Hello friends - happy weekend! Lots to share so I'm going to jump right in... BlogHer Writers '11: In a few short weeks we'll come together for the first annual BlogHer Writers conference, presented by Penguin Group, in New York City. It will be a day full of expert insiders discussing publishing, demystifying the trade and providing small group mentoring. You'll learn about publishing 101, going from blog to book and so much more. Check out the agenda, our list of growing speakers and register today....more
Happy weekend friends! We are now into the countdown for our upcoming annual event in San Diego, and we are sure you'll have a wonderful time! Here's what we have in store:
Pathfinder Day - What is it and who should attend? Elisa said it best in her introduction post:...more
Happy weekend! I am going to go against my own rule and I am going to say (out loud) that we are 61 days away from BlogHer '11 in San Diego which means we have a lot to share, and want to make sure you are up to date on all things BlogHer Events. Let's start...First things first, wahooo! for BlogHer Food '11! Another fun and exciting event in fabulous Atlanta, Georgia....more
Day Two of BlogHer Food '11 kicked off with a later-than-usual welcome from all three of BlogHer's founders—the schedule allowed for attendees to have a slower morning—followed by the first sessions of the day, which focused on recipe writing, visual voice, ...more
On Day One of BlogHer Food '11, the more than 400 attendees of BlogHer Food '11 immersed themselves in sessions about food writing, the technical side of blogging, and social networking. They met the next generation of food bloggers, got a sneak preview of Molly Birnbaum's forthcoming memoir of life and cooking without a sense of smell, and learned strategies for raising kids who value healthy eating and meals with family.
On Day Two of BlogHer Food 2011, participants will head to the Sweet Auburn Curb Market, a collection of food purveyors that has been operating since 1918. From local produce, meats, cheeses and seafood to food-related retail and specialty shops, the visit to this market is a great opportunity to get a sense of Atlanta's local food routes and culture.
Hello, friends! Let's dive in to our updates for the week...
BlogHer Food '11 is officially sold out! We will not have a waiting list for the conference but if you are looking to buy (or sell) a ticket, please check our Community Forum and you might find a ticket or a buyer....more