9:00am - Session 1: Shaun Chavis - "The Cookbook Course"
9:45am - Session 2: Ronni Lundy/Toni Tipton Martin - The Magical Mammy & the Granny Woman: How Malinda Russell's Journeys Break the Chains of Myth
10:30am - Interlude: Drama - "Will Work For Biscuits"
10:45am - Session 3: Travel Channel - "Will Travel for Food"
11:30am - Depart for Lunch
11:45am - Lunch: Lonesome Dove
12:45pm - Return from Lunch
1:00pm - Mast/Cruze Farm Drop-In
1:30pm - Session 5: Beth Kracklauer and Jane Black - "Collaboration: The Relationship Between a Newspaper Editor and Writer"
2:15pm - Interlude: Tanner Rutherford
2:30pm - Session 6: Kathleen Purvis - “The Year of Living Dangerously”
3:00pm - Session 7: "50 States of Biscuits"
3:30pm - Bus Departs for Ale Trail Field Trip
6:00pm - Bus Drops off at The Standard for Biscuit Bash
8:00am - Registration Begins
8:30am - Breakfast
9:00am - Welcome & Introductions
9:15am - White Lily Welcome: Carrie Morey
9:30am - Session 1: Erin Byers Murray - In the Grits: Going from Research to Written Word when writing a Long-Form Food Narrative
10:00am - Session 2: Ronni Lundy - Digging Deeper and Sowing Wider to Plant the Seeds of Southern Food Writing
10:45am - Session 3: Toni Tipton Martin - Breaking the Jemima Code: What Can We Learn From African American Cooks Besides the Recipe for Great Pancakes?
11:30 Depart for walk to Lunch
11:45 Visit Knoxville Lunch: Chef Jeffrey Dealejandro at Pretentious Brewing
12:30 Lunch ends
1:00pm - Session 4: Adrian Miller - "The President's Kitchen Cabinet"
1:45pm - Session 5: Editors Panel - "Southern Food From a Mainstream Magazine Point of View"
2:30pm - Interlude: Falafel Film
2:45pm - Session 6: John Currence - "Big Bad Breakfast: The Most Important Book of the Day"
3:30pm - Session 7: Jennifer Cole - "Life After Staff: Taking the Freelance Leap"
4:15pm - Afternoon Sessions End
5:15 - Meet at Crowne Plaza
5:45 - Bus Departs for Blackberry Farm
6:30 - Cocktail Reception
7:30 - Dinner in Bramble Hall