Month: October 2009

Bridle Path Press presents: Screw Iowa’s new E-Book


Here’s news of Lauren Small’s Bridle Path Press, started last year, and also the new release of the Screw Iowa E-book, The End of the Book: Writing in a Changing World. This is a book for writers everywhere to help sustain the writing life, improve craft, and achieve success. It’s a collaboration, and can be […]

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A poetry discussion


A poetry discussion about the PBPFExciting things are happening in the world of poetry here is south Florida. I will be Marie Howe’s intern/assistant in January 2010 at the Palm Beach Poetry Festival.Hey, folks–some scholarships are still available. APPLY NOW! Get in touch with Miles Coon, director, and Lauren McDermott, coordinator extraordinaire! (Laura@palmbeachpoetryfestival.org)Check it out! […]

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Spaghetti with mushrooms and peas/ Biscotti for those in the know


Spaghetti with mushroom and peas Make a basic red sauce using garlic, onions and basil (hot pepper, if desired). Add thin-sliced mushrooms raw or cooked–whatever you have and whatever makes it easy. And peas–fresh or frozen–1’2 to 1 lb. Felipe loves peas so I use a lb. You may also add cubed pieces of ham […]

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BAKED ROTINI /poem: “Mistress of Spices”


BAKED ROTINI (Springs or coils) I was moving some spices from the newlywed’s home (our son and his little wifey!) to our new condo, and thought of a poem which will follow this bake pasta recipe I made for my son’s 30th birthday on October 9th. I prepared a few tins of this Baked Rotini […]

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