Wednesday, October 6
THE HUNGRY MUSE IN KEY WEST
The 29th annual Key West Literary Seminar explores food in literature. Two separate four-day sessions feature noted writers and foodies including former Gourmet editor Ruth Reichl; critics Frank Bruni and Jonathan Gold; funnymen Roy Blount Jr. and Calvin Trillin; New Yorker writer Adam Gopnik; historian Mark Kurlansky; Emory poet and food ode fiend Kevin Young; Gastronomica founder Darra Goldstein; organic farmer David Mas Masumoto; One Big Table author Molly O'Neill; and memoirists, novelists, and poets including Madhur Jaffrey, Kate Christensen, and Billy Collins.
Space is limited; advance registration ($495/all events) is strongly recommended. www.kwls.org