Announcing the BlogHer Food ’13 Break-out Session Agenda!
The BlogHer Food ’13 Call for Ideas closed on November 15th and we’ve read through every one of the absolutely delectable proposals for speakers, topics, and panels. In the end, we received 10 times more submissions than we had capacity to produce! This was a record submission year for us.
Reviewing all of the submissions was a tough job, but someone had to do it, and Elisa and I were ably supported by the BlogHer Food '13 advisory committee. We're happy to have this opportunity to thank them again, and encourage you to visit them at their own brilliant food sites:
- Elaine Wu of VirgoBlue
- Hetal Jannu of Show Me the Curry
- Julie Deily of The Little Kitchen
- Julie Ross Godar of BlogHer
- Kathy Strahs of Panini Happy
- Lisa Fain of Homesick Texan
- Melissa Lanz of The Fresh 20
- Natanya Anderson of Fete and Feast
- Penny De Los Santos of Penny De Los Santos Photography
- Rachel Matthews of A Southern Fairytale
- Sean Timberlake of Hedonia
- Shannon Traeger of Feeding America
So, here we are, five weeks later, ready to announce the break-out programming for BlogHer Food '13!
Check out our complete conference break-out programming -- tracks, panels, and descriptions -- which we hope will knock your cooking mitts off.
Whether you’re new to the scene or have been here for years, you’ll gain vocational development -- including workshops, panel discussions, and live kitchen demos. You’ll find the inspiration to tell your stories with better skill, truer heart, and more imagery. You’ll learn what you can be doing now to reach more readers, earn more revenue, broaden your blogging horizons, and just maybe how to two-step.
BlogHer Food ’13 is an all-senses on-deck event that will fill your heart, your head, your pen, your lens, and your belly.
Our program can be found here, on the BlogHer Food ’13 homepage. Early bird pricing ($100 savings!) for the event is in effect until December 31st. Purchase your ticket here. We can’t wait to see you in Austin!
For Elisa, Lori, and the entire BlogHer Events team
Conference Programming Manager