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Colah B Tawkin had the pleasure of being in conversation with author Natalie Baszile who is most widely known for having written the novel 'Queen Sugar'. Natalie spoke with Colah from Oakland about her family gardening legacy, her writing process, her favorite flowers and how they're necessary in her life. In this beautiful exchange, Natalie shared her fave recipe for her homegrown lemons and Colah got to teach Natalie a new word! 


This is part 1 of 2 so tune in next week for more tea on Baszile's latest anthology: 'We Are Each Other's Harvest' 


Learn more about Nataile Baszile's incredible literature:

nataliebaszile.com


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