Elizabeth Licata rants in the garden

Licata, Elizabeth
May 2009
Horticulture;May2009, Vol. 106 Issue 4, p80
The author discusses issues on garden writing. She states that people think that garden writing is not provocative or controversial and garden blogging is less burdened by gravitas than garden journalism in its print form. However, she notes that blogs have been an outlet for uncensored venting by various authors. She adds that there are more than enough important topics to concern, engage or even enrage anyone gardening anywhere.


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