Whether it’s the soil where food is grown, the food we put in our bodies, or the writing we put on the page, we need good tilth. Charity Singleton Craig discusses the natural and self-sustaining nutrient cycles in our Farmacology book club.
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What’s good for the land—its soil, its vegetation, its animals—is also good for us. Starting September 16, join Charity Singleton Craig for a book club discussion of Daphne Miller’s Farmacology and the connection between farming and health.
It’s not your ordinary coffee shop that serves pine needle tea. But then, these are no ordinary times. Come talk poetry, wholeness, and kindness with L.L. Barkat, over a cup of white pine tea.
Meaningful essays are capital-T True. Learn how to write essays that endure in the final meeting of ‘The Art of the Essay’ book club.
Charity Singleton Craig wraps up her book club discussion of Farmacology exploring the ways that farmers markets and community gardening contribute to the health not only of individuals, but of entire communities.
Create layers and depth in your writing by trying the technique of adumbration, which occurs at the intersection of foreshadowing and symbolism. Charity Singleton Craig explains how.