Author Archives: J. F. Booth

About J. F. Booth

I am a writer and educator.

Poems Shared…

Two of my poems have recently been selected for inclusion in new publications. It is an honor and a joy to share my poems with a wider audience. The Writer’s Gravevine, Spring 2023, includes my poem, “Winter Walk: a Haibun … Continue reading

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Tips & Tricks Revisited

by Janice F. Booth May 2023 Some years ago I wrote a column on clever, little tricks and ways we can make our work in the garden easier and thus more fun. Since that column, kind readers have shared with … Continue reading

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Please Don’t Eat the Daisies:

Part 2: They May Be Toxic by Janice F. Booth Apr. 25, 2023 Last month I wrote about some of the tastier plants we can grow in our own gardens—plants offering us both beauty and benefits. This month, I want … Continue reading

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Please Don’t Eat the Daisies: Dining on Your Garden’s Flowers

by Janice F. Booth Mar. 08, 2023 “You are what you eat” is a familiar adage. If that viewpoint makes sense to you, why not add flowers to your diet? Flowers are serene and lovely and we all can use … Continue reading

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What’s Up? magazine’s article on the Underground Railroad in the February issue:

A History of Darkness & Light: Tales and Exploration of Maryland’s Underground Railroad by Janice F. Booth Feb. 07, 2023 “Freedom is the open window through which pours the sunlight of the human spirit and human dignity.” —Herbert Hoover, 31st President of … Continue reading

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