Eat, Drink, Love, Write: Best-selling food and wine authors on how they do it
On November 15, two literary gourmet legends and long-time friends — The New York Times’s Melissa Clark and world natural wine expert Alice Feiring — united for a special event, “Eat, Drink, Love, Write: Best-selling food and wine authors on how they do it.”
In this Deadline Club talk, moderated by Jessica Seigel, the multi-title authors discussed their recent works and the art of writing about the passions of the palate, from short features to long-form narrative.
Learn the hidden secrets of tasty writing with this full event recording, and read on for more information about the event’s panelists. Keep up with all future events and join us live by subscribing to the Deadline Club’s newsletter. Learn more here.
Staff reporter for the New York Times’ food section, home to the popular column, “A Good Appetite,” and author of over 30 cookbooks, most recently, “Dinner in One: Exceptional & Easy One-Pan Meals.”
World natural wine expert who started the world’s first independent natural wine newsletter, The Feiring Line, a former columnist with Time Magazine, and the other of multiple books, including “To Fall in Love, Drink This: A wine-writer’s memoir.”
Adjunct professor at the New York University Journalism Institute and former national correspondent for the Chicago Tribune.