The world lost an important teacher, poet and excellent, barbecue-loving soul this weekend in the form of Jake Adam York. He passed away at the age of 40 from the effects of a massive stroke, and we can't help but think about having heard him read his stunning work in person this past October at the Southern Foodways Alliance annual symposium in Oxford, Mississippi.
"We need poems, like we need barbecue, as occasions to invite grace into our lives," said York. Here's your chance to open the door.
Previously by Jake Adam York: Speaking in tongues: a barbecue communion
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