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Whether you're an established restaurateur, a street-food trader, a food blogger, or just a brilliant home cook, if you make original and delicious food, and you've built a base of dedicated fans, then writing a book may seem the next step in your climb to culinary stardom. But how to make sure that yours is the one that gets noticed?
Here to give you the inside scoop on what publishers are really looking for and what to expect at every stage of the process is Laura Gladwin, who's worked with many of the UK's biggest cookery publishers, including Bloomsbury, Quadrille, and Conran Octopus, and was formerly commissioning editor at Phaidon Press.
Behind every great cook book, there's a great editor; and it's usually Laura. She masterminded several of the most celebrated food books of recent years, including A Day at elBulli, Faviken, India: Cookbook and The Art of the Restaurateur.
If there's a food book inside you, don't miss this class...