First, we have two breakfast events, one in French featuring the diary of Virginia Woolf. This
|Bell Jar fan? Sylvia Plath Breakfast!|
We have another breakfast reading event on Sunday, April 28 on Sylvia Plath's The Bell Jar. This one, too, will be a discussion over breakfast on the work with some reading samples provided. Hosted by Magnificent Octopus' Isabella Kratynski.
Tickets for both events, $25 each, include breakfast. Last year both our Jane Austen and Ernest Hemingway breakfasts were sold out and highly acclaimed.
An Israeli Cooking event is planned for Thursday, April 25 in the evening at Appetite for Books in Westmount. This will be a really lovely evening: wine, conversation, and Jonathan Cheung, the owner of Appetite for Books, will prepare a meal while participants sip wine and listen to Janna Gur, one of Israel's top food writers. The best part is that the $125 ticket includes a copy of her gorgeous book The Book of New Israeli Food. Personally, I think this will be a memorable evening that should be a Blue Met highlight.
Janna Gur will also teach a workshop on Saturday, April 27 at the hotel on magazine
In addition to Gur, we have food critic (formerly of the New York Times) Molly O'Neill in a workshop on cookbook writing. This will allow a great chance for those who dream of writing their own cookbook: how to develop a persona, how to pitch a book, how to sell yourself and your book. Should be fun!
|Baseball and Beer with Chad Harbach|
Finally, our closing breakfast on Sunday morning gives you your chance to send the 2013 Festival off into history, a large table shared with writers, editors, publishers and lovers of literature to talk about highlights, lowlights and all the other lights in between.
All tickets can be purchased at bluemetropolis.org or at LaVitrine.com
oh, to live closer to Montreal. I'd love to be at the Edmund Wilson event...ReplyDelete