Hosted by Carolyn Fabricant
Milne Public Library, 1095 Main St., Williamstown, 1 p.m.
Writers are invited to entertain the gathering with a short piece in poetry or prose (500 words maximum)—fiction or non-fiction, humorous or serious—about that subject most vital to our personal pleasure and planetary health: FOOD. Some suggestions to stimulate your creative juices: a restaurant review; a personal culinary passion; an exotic (or dismal) dining experience; an imagined last meal; portrait of a chef; a dieter’s journey; a food plan for health in hard times. Leave us with a pungent taste of your style and a vivid memory of your subject. If you would like to read your work, telephone 413-664-0167 or email email@example.com by February 25, 2014.
Carolyn Fabricant grew up in Stockbridge and was educated at Swarthmore. Her professional work in New York City includes 10 years as a teacher of English and 5 years in administration at CCNY, as well as many free-lance writing, editing, research and public relations projects. She was also a cook at various times in four NYC restaurants. Shortly after returning to the Berkshires in 1999, she assisted area caterers, cooked for Gould Farm and Orion Magazine, and wrote food articles for the Berkshire Eagle. She maintains a deep and abiding interest in culinary matters.