The talk will be led by The Tyee editor and all around cool cat David Beers, and with me on the panel are Colleen Kimmitt, who writes about local sustainable issues for The Tyee; my friend Barbara-Jo McKintosh of Books To Cooks; and Timothy Taylor, best-selling author of Stanley Park.
“As the night unfolds, other special guests — including Karri Schuerman of Chambar and blogger Melody Fury — will read morsels of their favourite food writing, and audience members will be invited to join in on the conversation. Where is food writing headed? Help us draw up that menu of possibilities.”
The Food and Beers series is part of the The Museum of Vancouver fall exhibit, Home Grown: Local Sustainable Food, co-presented by FarmFolk/CityFolk. The Museum of Vancouver’s Food and Beers events are sponsored by the Tides Canada Foundation.
Tickets are $15, which includes nibbles and entry into the museum’s cool Homegrown exhibit as well. For tickets, click here