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Monthly Archives: April 2008
I just stopped myself from cheering when I read a newspaper report about global food and farming in an English paper on the plane ride home. The very next day A Friend (thank you, friend) sent me a link to … Continue reading
Canada stands with other GM producing nations (like the US) in refusing to require labelling of GM foods (currently it’s voluntary) but also trying to force non-GM enthusiasts into allowing GM products into their markets. It’s a hugely complicated matter, … Continue reading
A flash farewell to London left me time only for a sprint to the Tate, where the trees are quite shockingly beautiful, and Peter Doig’s show was in its best points big and beautiful, particularly, for me, the landscapes and … Continue reading
The workshop ended on Friday, after a few more mouthfuls of food and poetry. We had readings several evenings during the week, the first from Tammy who read some of her travel poems; then a reading by all of us; … Continue reading