Episode 4: Christine Wenk Harrison: One-Jam Harvest

The Culinary Saijiki

Aug 2 2022 • 35 mins

August 31 Open Mic To participate in the August 31st open mic bonus episode, click this link: https://anchor.fm/culinarysaijiki/message Guidelines: Each poet is limited to two haiku Before reading your haiku, please say your name or pen name and, if comfortable, where you're writing from Please read each haiku twice Haiku should mention food, and connect to the transitional aspect of seasons, with an emphasis on autumn Submissions that do not follow these guidelines will be disqualified In Gratitude Thanks to the anonymous doner who bought me three coffees this weekend! They donated after I sent the podcast to be mixed and edited, so I couldn't thank them at the top of the episode, but I will for the next one! I forgot to mention in the intro, but this month, project supporters will get a recipe for Christine's Mango Trio Pie.  You can support the project at https://www.buymeacoffee.com/culinarysaijiki More work by Christine Wenk-Harrison Three haiku at Miriam's Well: https://miriamswell.wordpress.com/2020/11/29/3-haiku-by-christine-wenk-harrison-from-100-thousand-poets-for-change-reading/ Christine's "Hill Country Tastes" column from November 18, 2011: https://northshorebeacon.com/hill-country-tastes-by-christine-wenkharrison-p272-135.htm Christine's "Hill Country Tastes" column from October 10, 2012: https://northshorebeacon.com/celebrating-german-day-the-old-way-p936-135.htm On the blog Visit https://culinarysaijiki.com/ for long-form essays and commentary on food haiku. The most recent post is about debatable food season words. Please join the conversation and offer your insight! Join the conversation I'm excited about the requests coming in to join the podcast! If you want to record a conversation, go to the form on the website: https://culinarysaijiki.com/join-the-conversation/