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Key West Literary Seminar examines food in literature

Baklava Two of my favorite things all wrapped up in the same seminar! The 2011 Key West Literary Seminar (which runs Jan. 6-16) will explore food and its place in contemporary literature.

Slated to appear as part of "The Hungry Muse": Miami's own Diana Abu-Jaber (whose descriptions of baklava can set you drooling within moments), Elizabeth Berg, Roy Blount Jr., Frank Bruni, Kate Christensen, Billy Collins, John T. Edge, Jason Epstein, Jonathan Gold, Darra Goldstein, Adam Gopnick, Gael Green, Daniel Halpern, Jane Hirshfield, Madhur Jaffrey, Judith Jones, Mark Kurlansky, David Mas Masumoto, Harry Mathews, Nicole Mones, Bich Minh Nguyen, Molly O'Neil, Julia Reed, Ruth Reichl, Michael Ruhlman, Calvin Trillin and Calvin Young.

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I'm thinking we should come up with a trivia game with fun factoids about the panelists. So far I've got 1) slept with Elvis 2) reportedly introduced Merchant and Ivory and 3) rescued Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl from a publisher's slush pile. Wouldn't that be fun?

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