Ruth Bavetta Gathers Us Around The Table To Partake Of The Meal Of Living She Serves A Piquant Simmer Of Togetherness That Tastes Of Love, Loss, And Remembrance This Is Food As Than Recipes And Restaurant Reviews We Partake Of The Ragout Of Ritual And Celebration, Help Ourselves From The Platters Of Tradition And Culture We Are Nourished With The Joys And Sorrows Of Life And Find Succor In The Soup Of Sex, Sensuality, And Pleasure.
Ruth Bavetta was a visual artist for many years until she realized she also wanted images that could be painted with words Her poetry has been published in Rattle, Nimrod, Tar River Review, North American Review, Spillway, Hanging Loose, Rhino, Poetry East, and Poetry New Zealand among others and is included in the anthologies Twelve Los Angeles Poets, Wait a Minute I Have to Take off My Bra, Pi
- 80 pages
- Flour, Water, Salt
- Ruth Bavetta
- 03 March 2018 Ruth Bavetta