Want to be part of Season 2?

Season 2 of The Culinary Saijiki launches on March 20th. In addition to three community blog posts and three open mic episodes, I have a list of fun topics related to classical haiku. And there’s plenty of opportunity for fellow haijin to get involved. First, I am ready to start recording podcast guests for the new season. If youContinue reading “Want to be part of Season 2?”

Mark Scott: Haiku, Food, and the Micro-Seasons

More about Mark ScottLearn more about the micro-seasons at https://naturalistweekly.com/.Support Naturalist Weekly: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/naturalistCFind Naturalist Weekly on Instagram at: https://www.instagram.com/naturalistweekly/ Harvest TimeRead the most recent community blog post at: https://culinarysaijiki.com/2022/12/04/bonus-post-community-harvest/ Join the ConversationSeason 2 will focus on food as it appears on classical haiku. If you would like to be on a Season 2 podcast episode,Continue reading “Mark Scott: Haiku, Food, and the Micro-Seasons”

Bonus Post: Community Harvest

Talk about a cornucopia of poetry! For this bonus post, people took me up on my offer of multiple forms. I received not only haiku, but also tanka and tan-renga, and submissions came from three different continents! It was a delight to put this post together over the course of a cold winter afternoon, drinkingContinue reading “Bonus Post: Community Harvest”

Jerome Berglund: Wishbone’s Sharp Crack

In GratitudeThanks to Peter Schmidt for buying me 5 coffees this month! I’m now 48% of the way to having my web hosting covered for the year. If you want to contribute financially, visit https://www.buymeacoffee.com/culinarysaijiki. Contributors get a bonus recipe every month! November Community Blog PostI’m putting together another community blog post (view the MayContinue reading “Jerome Berglund: Wishbone’s Sharp Crack”

Send haiku for the community blog post

With a bonus Tuesday in November, I decided I wanted to host another community blog post! (View the May community post here.) The first submission has already come in! I look forward to reading all the poems that come in and assembling them. Theme: Harvest Deadline: 11:59 p.m. CST on Wednesday, November 23rd Submission Form:Continue reading “Send haiku for the community blog post”

Peter Schmidt: Cranberry Bites Back

In GratitudeThank you to M.A. Dubbs, who  bought me  three coffees in August! I’m now 35% of the way  toward my goal of  covering website costs for the year. Those who want to  support the  podcast financially can do so at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/culinarysaijiki/. November Community Blog PostI’m putting together another community blog post (view the MayContinue reading “Peter Schmidt: Cranberry Bites Back”

Jennifer Hambrick: Saving the Crust for Last

More from Jennifer HambrickYou can order Jennifer’s haibun collection, Joyride (Red Moon Press, 2021) and her newest collection, In the High Weeds (National Federation of State Poetry Societies, 2022) from her website: https://jenniferhambrick.com/order/ Watch Jennifer’s interview with violinist Zina Schiff and conductor Avlana Eisenberg for WOSU Public Media: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cT-vMwvZQCI Read more of Jennifer’s haiku in the LivingContinue reading “Jennifer Hambrick: Saving the Crust for Last”

Episode 6: Matt Defibaugh: On Sorghum Stilts

In GratitudeThank you to our anonymous donor who bought me a total of six coffees in August! I’m now 20% of the way toward my goal of covering website costs for the year. Those who want to support the podcast financially can do so at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/culinarysaijiki/. Join the ConversationI’m seeking guests for October, November, andContinue reading “Episode 6: Matt Defibaugh: On Sorghum Stilts”

Bonus Episode: Community Open Mic: Transitioning from Summer to Fall

In Gratitude Thank you to our anonymous donor who  bought me three coffees this month! I’m now 20% of the way toward my goal of covering website costs for the year. Those who want to support the podcast financially can do so at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/culinarysaijiki/. Episode Contributors Christine Wenk-Harrison Listen to Christine’s previous Culinary Saijiki episode:Continue reading “Bonus Episode: Community Open Mic: Transitioning from Summer to Fall”