fiction, poetry, the craft of writing, and the literary life in the Pacific Northwest
Thursday, September 18, 2008
In Defense of Food
I'm listening to In Defense of Food by Michael Pollan in the car. The reader is OvErlY eMpHatiC, with distinct iambicizing, but I'm perservering. Pollan mentions Weston Price, whose food research in the 1930s makes sense today, so I know I'm in with the right crowd.
Linera Lucas won the 2007 Crucible Fiction Prize and has had short stories published in Crucible, Boomtown Anthology, Pindeldyboz, VerbSap, VoiceCatcher Anthology and elsewhere. She has an MFA from Queens University of Charlotte and has taught creative writing in Seattle at the University of Washington Women’s Center and at Richard Hugo House.