Lise Funderburg is an award-winning writer, editor, and writing instructor based in Philadelphia. Her work spans a wide range of topics, including race and integration; food; aging and eldercare; gardens and landscape design; nontraditional families; thrift-shopping; and elephants. Also architecture. Also hospice and palliative care. Also design. Also the domestic arts.

photo by Tigist Tsegie
Waiting for the coffee beans to roast. Addis Ababa, 2010.       Photo: Tigist Tsegie

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