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Women Writers in Fine Press, Revisited

A little over a year ago I wrote a post about women writers being represented in fine and private press offerings. And about my reading of women writers generally. That post can be reviewed here. I embarked on a year … Continue reading

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Women Writers in Fine Press

I’m a feminist. And I try very hard to be a good one as well as a consistent ally to the women in my life and around me. I watch my male privilege closely but oft times one can’t help … Continue reading

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Roots to the Earth by Wendell Berry; Published by Larkspur Press

What miraculous seed has he swallowed That the unending sentence of his love flows out of his mouth… This line from the poem The Man Born to Farming pretty much sums up how I feel about Wendell Berry. I’m a … Continue reading

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Port William Titles by Wendell Berry; Published by the Larkspur Press

On a recent visit to San Francisco I was shocked to find a couple Larkspur Press editions at Green Apple Books. It was the first time I’ve run across Larkspur press editions at a bookseller. I picked up the cloth … Continue reading

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Sabbaths 2006 by Wendell Berry; published by Larkspur Press

If there were anyone that could convince me to go back to the land and live on a farm, it would be Wendell Berry. His writings reinforce in various ways his belief in connection to the land, sustainability, stewardship, and … Continue reading

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