S2E8: Buson, Translation, and Food Part 2

Highlights from Poetry Pea I’ve learned a great deal from Patricia’s two-part conversation with Janice Doppler about the concept of zoka in haiku. I think it’s her best workshop yet! Be sure to check it out, so you’ll be ready to submit your haiku when the submission period opens. Part 1 link: ⁠https://poetrypea.com/s6e31-zoka-how-to-use-it-in-your-writing-part-1-featuring-janice-doppler/⁠ Part 2Continue reading “S2E8: Buson, Translation, and Food Part 2”

S2E7: Buson, Translation, and Food Part 1

More About Patricia Visit the Poetry Pea website to learn more about the podcast and journal: ⁠https://poetrypea.com/⁠ View Patricia’s contributions to re:Virals and Per Diem for the Haiku Foundation:⁠ https://thehaikufoundation.org/tag/patricia-mcguire/⁠ Watch Patricia’s 2020 presentation at the Haiku Society of America Conference: ⁠https://youtu.be/QzPHybySDgw?si=IQOf8EtF2DczSbU_⁠ In Gratitude Thanks to Kimberly Kuchar for buying three coffees to support theContinue reading “S2E7: Buson, Translation, and Food Part 1”

S2E6: Community Open Mic

Thank You, Contributors! Not all of this episode’s contributors have a dedicated online presence, so in the interest of fairness, I am not including supplemental links in these show notes. However, I encourage you to seek out these poets in the various print and online haiku journals: Thank you again for being willing to shareContinue reading “S2E6: Community Open Mic”

S2E3: Form, Content, and Tamales

Community Open Mic Airs August 30th Click the Send a Voice Message button here: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/culinarysaijiki/message Deadline: Saturday, August 26th at 11:59 pm CST. Theme: Transitions Editorial Decisions: Cherry and Plum Blossoms Read the latest blog post here: https://culinarysaijiki.com/2023/07/12/editorial-decisions-cherry-and-plum-blossoms/ Join the Conversation This season, I am welcoming both podcast guests and guest bloggers. If you’re interestedContinue reading “S2E3: Form, Content, and Tamales”

Food, Haiku, and Your Roots: 2023 HNA Presentation

Presentation Slides An Overview of Six Seasons: A New Way With Vegetables Read the most recent community blog post here: https://culinarysaijiki.com/2023/06/28/an-overview-of-six-seasons-a-new-way-with-vegetables/ Join the Conversation This season, I am welcoming both podcast guests and guest bloggers. If you’re interested in joining one or both, visit https://culinarysaijiki.com/join-the-conversation/ for details. Support the ProjectBuy me a coffee at https://www.buymeacoffee.com/culinarysaijiki.Continue reading “Food, Haiku, and Your Roots: 2023 HNA Presentation”

An Overview of Six Seasons: A New Way with Vegetables

“The seasons don’t ever divide themselves neatly,” writes Joshua McFadden in the opening of the Early Summer chapter of Six Seasons: A New Way with Vegetables. “Spring flows into early summer in fits and starts. A week of T-shirt weather may be followed by a string of cool gray days challenging our optimism about summer’sContinue reading “An Overview of Six Seasons: A New Way with Vegetables”

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”

Food in Classical Haiku: First Thoughts

While saijiki generally focus on contemporary haiku, I also felt called to take a look at classical haiku to see how poets of the past incorporated food into their work. Since I have to rely on translation, and no two translations are the same, I plan to revisit this topic from time to time, exploringContinue reading “Food in Classical Haiku: First Thoughts”