A short story in Synaesthesia Magazine’s EAT issue

EAT issue

Just in time for the Easter weekend, my short story about the Eucharist is now published online with Synaesthesia Magazine! “Daily Bread” is from a collection of short stories about food and love that I have been working on the past couple years, and I am super excited that it’s been published in Synaesthesia Magazine‘s EAT issue. I am so impressed with the beautiful illustrations in this issue, and especially pleased with the image that artist Miranda Foxx created for my story. Check out the whole issue! It’ll make you hungry!

April also means that it’s National Poetry Month! And this year, the League of Canadian Poets are inspired by the theme of food! According to their website, they got the idea from Rachel Rose’s inaugural speech as Vancouver’s Poet Laureate: “Everyone has something to say about food, whether it is the activist challenging the cruelties of conventional farming, the exile remembering the waft of spices on lost streets, or the child writing about the sockeye salmon she buys at Granville Island. Food is personal, political, sensual, and powerful.”

I’m certainly going to try my hand at some food-themed poems this month! Are you?

Published by Ruth Daniell

Ruth Daniell is a speech arts teacher, a book editor, and an award-winning writer. Her first full-length collection of poems is The Brightest Thing (Caitlin Press, 2019). She lives in Kelowna, BC, where is at work on her second collection of poems.

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