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Poems, Pastries and Politics [US]:
Susan Rich: 'I admit it. When pomegranate crisps and madeleines first appeared in my work, I was horrified. My years with Amnesty International, Oxfam America and as a Peace Corps Volunteer imbued me with a belief that poetry is serious business. I’ve worked in countries where famine was far more present than French cuisine, where neighbors shot neighbors for sport. Food kept me alive, and ready to dodge land mines and sniper fire for another day. So how could I move from poems about civil war in Somalia to poems of the cereal aisle?'
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