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Entering the Cookbook Marketplace

Start: 25 Jun 2022 | 15:30 - 16:45
Category: Venue: Indus Restaurant. Jl. Raya Sanggingan Ubud (Google Maps)
Cost: Free

Cookbooks continue to be best sellers in the publishing world and in this Covid era with people spending more time at home than ever, creating a book of recipes is now. But where do you start and how do you get published? When will we see more Indonesian cookbooks written by Indonesians on the shelves? Our published panel discusses.

Buku masak terus menjadi penjual terbaik di dunia penerbitan dan di era Covid ini dengan orang-orang menghabiskan lebih banyak waktu di rumah daripada sebelumnya, turut membuat buku memasak sendiri. Tapi di mana memulainya dan bagaimana caranya agar bisa dipublikasikan? Kapan kita akan melihat lebih banyak buku masak Indonesia yang ditulis oleh orang Indonesia di toko buku? Panel kami akan membahasnya.

Featuring

Ige Ramos

Food Writer & Visual Artist Ige Ramos is an award-winning book designer, food writer, and visual artist based in Manila, Philippines. He established the Republic of Taste Food Network, a …


Petty Elliott

Pioneering of Modern Indonesia Cuisine Petty Elliott uses a personalized combination of self-taught methods and authentic ingredients to bring a modern twist to traditional spice-centric Indonesian cuisine. With numerous accolades …


Janet DeNeefe

Founder & Director UFF Melbourne-born Janet DeNeefe, Founder & Director of Ubud Food Festival and Ubud Writers & Readers Festival, has lived in Bali for more than three decades. Her …


Jed Doble

Food Writer Jed Doble is a respected food writer and publishing professional. Under his brand FoodieS Media, he manages digital English language food & beverage channels and curates food events. Jed …