Tall Tree and Sweet Flower: Julia Child in Sonoma
Leo Racicot’s multi-careers have included educator, librarian, chef, actor, lecturer. His first love has always been writing ever since he won a blue ribbon for his poem in fifth grade about the death of John F. Kennedy. Leo is the author of the poetry collection, Alone in the Yard:Buddhist Beat and Otherwise. He has been publishing poetry, essay-memoirs, and book and movie reviews for many years and his most recent work can be found in Alimentum Journal, Harvard Gay and LesbianReview, and Windy City Times. He has written extensively about his friendships with M.F.K. Fisher, Allen Ginsberg, Edmund White, and Julia Child, and this October he will talk about M.F.K. Fisher at the Book Club of California’s “A Feast for the Eyes: Gastronomy and Fine Print” symposium in San Francisco. He lives in Lowell, Massachusetts.
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Leo Racicot; Tall Tree and Sweet Flower: Julia Child in Sonoma. Gastronomica 1 August 2014; 14 (3): 83–85. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/gfc.2014.14.3.83
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