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Sharing a couple of articles

October 24th, 2016

Buon giorno! I am flying to Rome today! ¬†Olive harvest, travels in Puglia and the Marche, cooking with all the delicious fall treats–mushrooms, chestnuts, truffles. Fall is glorious everywhere, of course, but there’s something about the slant of late afternoon light and the linden trees turning golden and the owls at night that seem more present than in the rest of the year.

Before I zip my suitcase, I’m sending links to a couple of articles that I hope you enjoy. “Frankye’s Cookbooks” is a one-sentence ode that came out in The Oxford American awhile back.

http://www.oxfordamerican.org/magazine/item/934-frankyes-cookbooks

The other, a few thoughts on the writing life, appeared last week in The Guardian, which is my favorite paper for literary articles and reviews.

https://www.theguardian.com/books/2016/oct/18/under-the-tuscan-sun-20-frances-mayes.

More later!!!

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