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Saturday, October 22 • 11:10 - 12:00
Food & Memory and the Art of Storytelling FILLING

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Our experience with smell and taste often unlocks a memory – like Proust’s madeleine in ‘Remembrance of Things Past’. In Shayma’s workshop, we will talk about how food is nostalgic and triggers memories – and how to tap into your own experiences to develop personal narratives centered around food. In the workshop, Shayma will share her personal experiences, and share her knowledge to give you insider information on how to write evocatively for your blog or freelance features. Shayma will also talk about how to pitch food memoir-style stories to different media platforms – and how to find your own unique voice. Bring your ideas to the workshop for a brainstorming session in which we will collectively explore the connections between food and memory through writing! 



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Shayma Saadat

Food Writer, The Spice Spoon
Shayma Saadat is an internationally published food writer, stylist and photographer who focuses on the food from her heritage — Afghanistan, Iran and Pakistan — which she refers to as Silk Route cuisine. Born in Lahore, Pakistan, this World Bank-baby grew up in the USA, Nigeria, Kenya, Bangladesh and the UK. Six years ago, true to her nomadic style, Shayma moved from Rome, where she worked for the United Nations... Read More →


Saturday October 22, 2016 11:10 - 12:00
Delta Toronto: Riverdale

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