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Gluten-Free Girl Joins Eat, Write, Retreat

Submitted by on February 3, 2011 – 8:32 amNo Comment

Shauna Jame Ahern, known in the food blogging community as Gluten-Free Girl, set to speak during this unique food conference.

Eat, Write, Retreat is an all-inclusive food blogging event taking place May 20-22, 2011 in Washington DC. This intensive, hands-on learning weekend focuses on educating food bloggers and writers through workshops in food styling, photography, cooking, writing and professional development.

Co-Founders Robyn Webb and Casey Benedict are thrilled to announce that Shauna James Ahern, aka Gluten-Free Girl, will be lending her voice to the weekend, speaking on the panel “Beyond Your Blog.”

“Not only is Shauna considered one of the most authoritative sources of gluten-free living on the Internet.,” says Benedict, “she’s also a wonderful example of a food blogger who has seamlessly integrated her online work with a thriving off-line career.”

James Ahern joins a dynamic group of talented culinary professionals who will come together in May to inspire, educate and network with Eat, Write, Retreat attendees. The line-up includes:

Fran Brennan, Co-Founder of Food News Journal
Lisa Cherkasky, food stylist extraordinaire
Renee Comet, elite food photographer
Monica Bhide, renowned writing instructor and author
Jennifer Perillo talented recipe developer, magazine contributor
Domenica Marchetti esteemed cookbook author, food writer
Pam Anderson USA Today Weekend contributor, noted cookbook author
Robyn Webb award-winning nutritionist, culinary instructor
Brona Cosgrave Vice President for Lewis & Neale
Priya Ramesh Director, CRT/tanaka’s Social Media Practice

Join us in May to learn from and connect with these talented instructors and mentors. For more information contact Casey Benedict at

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