This weekend, I’m leading my four hour food & travel writing workshop in Mexico City.
Here’s the description:
Food is a central part of most travel experiences. In this four-hour workshop, participants will learn how to pay more attention to what they eat while they’re traveling, as well as how to write about food in a compelling, memorable way.
If you’d like to register for the workshop, please email me: writingjulie[at]gmail[dot]com for more details.
Why take a workshop with me?
- Because my writing has been published by a number of print and online magazines, including National Geographic Traveler, Budget Travel, Latina, DISCOVER, Scientific American, and several in-flights.
- Because I’m the managing editor of MatadorNetwork, which has just won the silver Lowell Thomas Award for best online travel magazine, granted by the Society of American Travel Writers, for the second year in a row.
- Because I am the lead faculty member of the MatadorU travel writing school, which has produced award-winning writers, including the food and travel writing award from the IFWTWA for three years running.