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”

Source Text: The Sound of Water

One of the things I find helpful in the study haiku is people sharing the various sources they use in their own writing practice. A few weeks ago, I gave an overview of Joshua McFadden’s Six Seasons: A New Way with Vegetables, which is one of my non-haiku source texts. I also thought it wouldContinue reading “Source Text: The Sound of Water”

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”

Season Two Introduction

In GratitudeThank you to Peg Cherrin-Myers and Kimberly Kuchar for the coffees they bought me this month. I am now 80% of the way to covering my hosting costs! If you want to contribute, you can buy me a coffee here: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/culinarysaijiki Join the Show: https://culinarysaijiki.com/join-the-conversation/ Read the Blog: https://culinarysaijiki.com/blog/(New posts start up next week!)Continue reading “Season Two Introduction”

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”

Rethinking the Seasons

Rather than do a typical haiku commentary post, this week, I wanted to reflect on the ways in which my commitment to haiku practice over the past few months has impacted my perception of the seasons as I experience them. It’s been seven months since I launched this project, and while my haiku practice andContinue reading “Rethinking the Seasons”

M.A. Dubbs: Pink Tamales

In GratitudeThank you to Lorraine who  bought me three coffees in August! I’m now 28% 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/. More from M.A. Dubbs Failed Haiku Food IssueYou can find the May 2022 FailedContinue reading “M.A. Dubbs: Pink Tamales”