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Stressed about the election? Bake cookies. http://ow.ly/JkkA305TzzG
When I first met Sarah, we shared a bowl of terrible guacamole. (Here's a picture to prove it.) I was in Minneapolis for work and in the sliver of free time I had one evening, Sarah drove to the suburbs and met me in the hotel restaurant where I was staying. It was dark and lightly sprinkling, so the whole thing felt sort of moody and cozy while we sat next to the window overlooking a courtyard fountain. There may have been a firepla...
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Visiting #Vancouver? Let Rachelle Delaney show you the city's literary side. http://ow.ly/v03z3053i2h
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Looking for a writing community? Try these 7 Facebook groups! http://www.nicolemgulotta.com/blog/facebook-groups-for-writers
Social media often conjures up feelings of inadequacy, urgency, and anxiety. Everyone else’s living room is more beautiful than yours (based on Instagram). There are more cat videos than you can possibly devote your time to (according to your Facebook feed). And you create boards for vacations you won’t take for years (thank you, Pinterest). For writers, social media provides an additional dilemma to grapple with: distraction. Twi...
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Good news! The internet has not killed the printed book. (via The New York Times) http://ow.ly/NSVb304galv
Americans’ appetite for reading books — ones you actually hold in your hands — has not slowed in recent years, says a Pew Research Center survey.
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Reflections on Seamus Heaney & blackberries via Rachel L. Wilkerson. http://ow.ly/EaeL3048KFr
Late August, given heavy rain and sun For a full week, the blackberries would ripen... My first exposure to blackberry picking was not in the wild bramble of England, but in the Norton Anthology in my high school English Literature class in Lubbock, Texas. Lubbock is about the last place on earth you would expect to find a blackberry. Instead of briars and bramble, the landscape unfolds to the horizon in every direction with white cot...
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There's a mini birthday cake recipe over on #eatthispoem today! http://ow.ly/nRCO305aat1
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"I'm very adamant about making tea only when I have time to enjoy it." Read more in my interview w/ @theteacupoflife http://ow.ly/DjTT3055win
Nicole Gulotta is the writer behind the literary food blog Eat This Poem. She's also a tea lover sharing how it plays a role in her life.
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It's the last day to vote for your favorite #haiku! http://ow.ly/3VVQ3048v77
Fig season is fleeting, and I consider the fruit sort of an emblem of transition. They arrive at the market in the last days of summer with matte, slightly shriveled skin, and a tender interior well suited to pair with honey or cheese. The days are not quite blustery, but no longer scorching hot. Fall is imminent, yet restrained. We are waiting for the inevitable, seasonal shift, which is the exact moment plump figs appear. When it c...
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This book photographs literature's most memorable meals (via Brain Pickings) http://ow.ly/zOWI304g9ER
From James Joyce to Maurice Sendak, by way of weep-worthy jelly and gifted chickens.
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I don't believe you need to write every day. Neither does Andi Cumbo-Floydhttp://ow.ly/vHWv3048GpG
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Fig fan? Submit your #foodhaiku before 9/9! http://ow.ly/aD2o303VqMW
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