Current available dates:
$2,500 / limited to 5 people
For more information and to register, email Sara@EkusGroup.com.
WHO IS THIS WORKSHOP FOR?
- Aspiring authors
- Food bloggers
- Social media influencers
- Chefs and/or restaurant owners
- Food writers
- Self-published authors
- Culinary historians
- Brand ambassadors
- Amateur home cooks
- Corporate and private chefs
- Food activists
What book categories are covered?
- General cooking and baking
- Health and wellness
- Diets, trends, nutrition
- Special diets and food allergies
- Niche and single subject
- Appliances and branded books
- Cooking with kids
- Liquor, wine, and cocktails
- And more!
WHAT IS THE COST?
$2,500 for the two-day workshop. To reserve your spot, $100 deposit is required upon booking. Remaining balance due no later than 7 days by mail or Venmo @TheLisaEkusGroup prior to the event. No refunds if cancelled 14 days or less prior to event. All checks can be made payable to The Ekus Group, LLC or payment accepted via Venmo to @TheEkusGroup.
Are you interested in our self-paced online course instead? Click here to sign up!
WHAT PREVIOUS WORKSHOP PARTICIPANTS HAD TO SAY:
“An educational, top-down, thorough workshop of the ins-and-outs of the cookbook publishing world. Seasoned professionals in the industry who know what they are talking about!” – McKenzie Ellis, of Low Salt Kitchen
“I was amazed at how much I didn’t know about writing a cookbook. This was an excellent first step for anyone, from those considering to those with a solid concept.” – Jessica Formicola, of Savory Experiments
“[Lisa and Sally] present a fundamental insight into the world of publishing, with honesty and humor. They also cover the finer points of pitching, publicity, design, and team building, in a clear and concise way. As a food blogger with the goal of publishing a cookbook, this seminar is an excellent introduction, and the Lisa Ekus Group is the perfect place to start down this path!” – Jessie-Sierra Ross, of Straight to the Hips Baby
“Sally and Lisa made the sessions lively, engaging and brought their individual styles and perspective on each topic. This workshop provided clarity and a holistic view on all aspects of the cookbook proposal writing along with their valuable inputs and unique perspective from reviewing countless proposals as literary agents.” – Sapna Punjabi-Gupta, of beSPICED
“It’s rare that you get the opportunity to learn from a seasoned literary agent about what to do and not to do in order to make your cookbook dreams a reality. After Sally’s workshop, I created a cookbook proposal, became a client of The Ekus Group and sold my book to a publisher! I can honestly say that I’m not sure this would’ve been possible without Sally’s workshop!” – Natalie Rizzo, of Greenletes