Commune of Women is a novel about six women, trapped together in a small room, who must use their slender resources to survive and prevail by sharing everything: their hope and fear; their food; and their life stories, which grow deeper, darker and more intimate as the days pass.
The poet and the baker are brothers in the essential task of nourishing the world.
Photos from last year's community potato harvest, at which 8,000 pounds of organic potatoes were dug -- certainly one way of nourishing the world. Another kind of community harvest is happening, today, as Alexander Chow-Stuart holds a writers' Webinar, at http://www.alexanderstuart.com/2011_10_01_archive.html
See you there!