In my penultimate Austin recording, I sat down with Claire Vogel Camargo at her home in Austin, Texas. We met after my final meeting with the Austin Haiku Study group. Claire and I talked at length about how food connects us to family, and her haiku brought up memories that led to fund stories and digressions. I hope you enjoy our rambling, free-form conversation.
More of Claire’s work
- You can find information about Claire’s book, Iris Opening, here: https://g.co/kgs/QYXzc6
- Claire’s haiku featured in the International Women’s Haiku Festival: https://jenniferhambrick.com/2018/03/09/international-womens-haiku-festival-two-haiku-by-claire-vogel-camargo/
- One of Claire’s haiku, translated into Chinese, for NeverEnding Story: https://neverendingstoryhaikutanka.blogspot.com/2019/08/butterfly-dream-soft-brush-haiku-by.html
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