Printers Row Lit Fest 2017

(Author Appearance Opportunity)

Scroll below for complete food stage schedule

Saturday June 10 and Sunday June 11, 2017
10 am until 6 pm
Printers Row Park
600 South Dearborn*
(Between Harrison and Polk)
Chicago, Illinois
Reserve via EventBrite.

*We will be located in Jones College Prep,
first floor, 700 S State St, Chicago, IL
Chicago Tribune Food Stage on second floor
Location map

Tips on Selling at Printers Row from Cynthia Clampitt

Greater Midwest Foodways Alliance is dedicated to celebrating, exploring and preserving unique food traditions and their cultural contexts in the American Midwest. In this effort, we wish to support those who write books documenting our culinary heritage.

We will have a representative table at the Printers Row Lit Fest for a second year.

On a first-come first-serve basis, we have available to our members an eight-foot table and two chairs to accommodate two authors for a two-hour shift. You may sell your books, though collection and payment of any sales taxes are your responsibility.

On Saturday and Sunday, we have time slots for two people for:

Saturday, June 10, 2017
10 am until Noon
Open
Open

Noon until 2 pm
Kantha Shelke: Pasta and Noodles: A Global History
Alice Weinreb: Modern Hungers: Food and Power in Twentieth-Century Germany

2 pm until 4 pm
Cynthia Clampitt: Midwest Maize: How Corn Shaped the US Heartland
Mike Gebert: The Fooditor99: Where to Eat (and What to Eat There) in Chicago

4 pm until 6 pm
OPEN
OPEN

Sunday, June 11, 2017
10 am until Noon
OPEN
OPEN

Noon until 2 pm
Robert Dirks: Food in the Gilded Age: How Ordinary Americans Ate and
Come and Get it: McDonaldization and the Disappearance of Local Food from Central Illinois
OPEN

2 pm until 4 pm
OPEN
OPEN

4 pm until 6 pm
OPEN
OPEN

Your registration is your annual members fee of $35. You may initiate or renew your membership when signing up for a time slot. If you are already a fully paid member, we will reimburse your fee and keep your time slot.
Memberships are non-refundable. Any cancelled author appearance reservation will go to whomever is next on the waiting list. Any questions, please call 312/380-1665 or e-mail:[email protected]

Jones College Prep/Food and Dining Stage/2nd Floor

Jones College Prep,
700 S State St, Chicago, IL
Saturday’s Schedule

Complete schedule at all stages.

Saturday 10:00 am to 11:00 am
Coffee with Kass: Join Tribune columnist John Kass for coffee as he talks Chicago politics, and maybe his favorite recipes.

Saturday 11:15 am — 11:45 am
Author Daniel Shumski turns his keen, creative mind to another kitchen staple in his new book “Will It Skillet?”

Saturday 12:00 pm — 12:30 pm
Indian food writer, teacher and author Anupy Singla cooks from her latest book “Indian for Everyone.”

Saturday 12:45 pm — 1:15 pm
Chicago chef and restaurateur Rick Bayless, of Frontera Grill, Xoco, Cruz Blanca and more shares recipes from “More Mexican Everyday.”

Saturday 1:30 pm — 2:15 pm
Conversation and demo: Jessica Murnane, author of “One Part Plant” with Tribune food writer Joseph Hernandez.

Saturday 2:30 pm — 3:15 pm
WBEZ reporter Monica Eng and Chicago Tribune food writer Louisa Chu we’ll talk to University of Chicago Professor Jack Gilbert about his new book “Dirt is Good” The book offers health and parenting strategies based on the latest research on the microbiome, including advice on antibiotics, probiotics and exposure to dirt. The interview will be taped live for the Chicago Tribune podcast on food and health called Chewing.

Saturday 3:30 pm — 4:15 pm
Colleen Taylor Sen and Bruce Kraig, editors of “Street Food,” talk about food trucks, carts and stands around the world, with Tribune food writer Bill Daley.

Saturday 4:30 pm — 5:15 pm
What will you have with that? Jared Rouben of Moody Tongue, Michael Carroll of Band of Bohemia and Randy Mosher, author of “Tasting Beer” and partner in 5 Rabbit and Forbidden Root, talk about the intersection of beer and food, with Tribune beer and travel writer Josh Noel.

Sunday’s Schedule

Complete schedule at all stages.

Sunday 10:00 am — 11:00 am
Coffee with columnists Eric Zorn and Mary Schmich; Coffee provided by Intelligentsia Coffee

Sunday 11:15 am — 11:45 am
Lifestyle and entertaining expert Marc Sievers cooks from “Table for Two,” his cookbook revealing how to make intimate meals for you and your No. 1.

Sunday 12:00 pm — 12:30 pm
Yvonne Maffei, founder of the blog My Halal Kitchen and author of the eponymous cookbook, shares recipes and talks about the Islamic dietary standard of eating pure foods and beverages.

Sunday 12:45 pm — 1:15 pm
Award-winning Chicago pastry chef Dana Cree prepares recipes from “Hello, My Name is Ice Cream!,” her definitive book on everyone’s favorite frozen treat.

Sunday 1:30 pm — 2:00 pm
April Peveteaux, who made her name as a gluten-free blogger and cookbook author, is back with “Bake Sales are my B*tch,” expands her focus to food allergens.

Sunday 2:15 pm — 3:00 pm
Amanda Freitag, chef of Empire Diner in New York and frequent judge on Food Network’s “Chopped,” talks about her book “The Chef Next Door.” In conversation with Tribune food writer Nick Kindelsperger.

Sunday 3:15 pm — 4:00 pm
Kara Newman, author of Shake.Stir.Sip.: More Than 50 Effortless Cocktails in Equal Parts appears in conversation with the Chicago Tribune’s Joseph Hernandez to talk about home entertaining strategies and shake up some “equal parts” cocktails.