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”

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”

Meat in Haiku

Thank you to the anonymous donor for another three coffees! I’m now 20% of the way toward my goal of covering this year’s website costs. Readers and listeners can support The Culinary Saijiki by buying a coffee at https://www.buymeacoffee.com/culinarysaijiki. Remember to send me your recordings for the August 30th bonus podcast open mic! Please reviewContinue reading “Meat in Haiku”

Episode 5: Lorraine Padden: Sweating Onions

In GratitudeThank you to our anonymous donor who bought me three coffees this month! I’m now 13% 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/.  August Open Mic Bonus EpisodeTo participate in the August 30th open micContinue reading “Episode 5: Lorraine Padden: Sweating Onions”

Seasonal Foods of the American Southwest

First, thank you to the anonymous person who bought me three coffees this month! I appreciate your support of the project, and especially for covering this year’s website costs. I’m now 13% of the way toward my goal. Readers and listeners can support The Culinary Saijiki by buying a coffee at https://www.buymeacoffee.com/culinarysaijiki. Second, remember toContinue reading “Seasonal Foods of the American Southwest”

Episode 4: Christine Wenk-Harrison: One-Jam Harvest

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 connectContinue reading “Episode 4: Christine Wenk-Harrison: One-Jam Harvest”

Debatable summer haiku

Just as there isn’t always a clear distinction between one season and the next, sometimes a haiku feels seasonal without having a clear seasonal referent. I’m not talking about haiku that completely lack a kigo. Rather, I’m thinking about haiku that seem to have a kigo, yet are not clearly grounded in an identifiable season.Continue reading “Debatable summer haiku”

Episode 2: Christa Pandey: Eggplant Abundance

Note: The theme music and transitions have changed because the ones I was using from my hosting service are suddenly no longer available. I discovered this at the proverbial 11th hour, so had to make do with new stock sounds. Hopefully that didn’t cause too much confusion. If you know of anyone who enjoys writingContinue reading “Episode 2: Christa Pandey: Eggplant Abundance”