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friday feast: 10 tasty food poetry anthologies for hungry readers

“On our earth, before writing was invented, before the printing press was invented, poetry flourished. That is why we know poetry is like bread; it should be shared by all, by scholars and by peasants, by all our vast, incredible, extraordinary family of humanity.” (Pablo Neruda) 3,435 more words

Poetry Friday

friday feast: a taste of Carol-Ann Hoyte's new anthology, Dear Tomato (+ 2 recipes)

Just in time for growing season, here’s a brand new anthology that serves up a delectable cornucopia of poems celebrating the food we eat and where it comes from. 2,146 more words

Poetry Friday

hotTEAS of Children's Poetry: Jorge Argueta



☕ Cuppa of Choice: “I love mango tea, mint, lemon, ummmmm camomile, is hard to say.”

☕ Hot Off the Press: Salsa: Un Poema Para Cocinar/A Cooking Poem, illustrated by Duncan Tonatiuh (Groundwood Books, 2015).  132 more words


NaPoWriMo 2015

April is National Poetry Writing Month, and that means that you, dear readers, will be subject to 30 straight days of bad verse. As in previous years, I’ll be featuring food, and also as in previous years, not spending a lot of time on each one. 66 more words

Ever Have A Toaster?

Ever have a toaster tossing toast into the air?  
And usually you laugh, and lament you were not there
to catch that tasty jam substrate from mid air, onto plate;
You watched it and you wanted it, alas… you were too late.