Wednesday, May 2

Barbara Kingsolver Follow-up

I mentioned an essay by Barbara Kingsolver last week and now that it's May, she seems to be busting out all over.

Here's the Mother Jones essay (about tomatoes, mostly).
Here's an interview with her about local eating on
Here's an interview at Salon
And it becomes obvious that she's not just a local eating convert, she has a new book out.

And as long as I'm linking to local eating writers, let's add:
No Impact Man's food guru
and Alice Waters

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