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Whetstone #10

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Whetstone magazine is minority-owned and led by a diverse group of women and people of color. The writing style and the stories told reflect this diversity in their richness and character. Contributors are from around the globe.

Among the articles in this issue:

  • Amy Loeffler on the link between salt and sex
  • Kaltrina Bylykbashi on the somborka pepper, prized by members of the Kosovar diaspora for its combination of sweetness and tangy spice
  • Ryan Uytdewilligen explores the impact on Japanese Canadians forced to labor on sugar beet farms during WWII
  • Jean Marc Caimi and Valentina Piccinni offer a photo essay about oyster farming in Normandy
  • Melanie Canales writes as a Peruvian-American on coming to terms with eating guinea pigs
  • Michael Butterworth discusses the food of the Karendenizli minority in Turkey
  • Max Fallon-Goodwin explores the legacy of Harriet Tubman's farm and family in Auburn, NY

Good photography adds to the engagement and appeal of this wide-ranging periodical. 

Paperback. Color photographs throughout.

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