Saturday, January 2, 2010

What exactly is a line?

Happy New Year!

Let me introduce you to 2 of the finest contemporary poets
I know working in the Bay Area. Actually, graphic artists.

Susan Black

Liz Hack

Each in her unique voice blends the sparse and the spiritual to create a lush silence. Hear for yourself.

While you ponder “what exactly is a line,” be good to yourself. Roast a couple of beets in foil (450 degrees for 30-45 minutes). Peel, slice, add feta cheese (I prefer Bulgarian style), a twist of pepper, drizzle with olive oil, top with a fresh herb of your choice. Get fancy: roast a handful of almonds or walnuts and add a few segments of a seedless orange.


  1. Kit,
    Congratulations on your blog site. As I think about it, "bites" is very appropriate for you. I have an original song to go along with it, if you need one. Appreciate the recipe.

    Liz is wonderful! I look forward to finding out more about Susan Black. So where's the photo of Haiku?-Ann

  2. I like Elizabeth's work, not only as her brother, but also appreciate her work. There are 2 of her early works and one Wave Series Other Side in my place in Honolulu....