Coffee Lit Archives

fresh-brewed words, mocha words, words that make room for cream

April 2008

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Confessions of a canned-coffee collector Mikio Yamazaki Apr 07

January 2008

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from Hints toward an essay on conversation (1713) Jonathan Swift Apr 07

December 2007

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Percolation John Calvin Rezmerski Jan 02
Holiday memories, volume 1, the haiku (What would Jesus drink?) Skippy Dec 04

November 2007

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Holiday memories, volume 1, the limerick Skippy Nov 29

October 2007

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The women's petition against coffee A Well-willer Oct 20

September 2007

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Cappucino art from Japan Poo9922 Sep 19

June 2007

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One man's plea for canned coffee machines in the West Ryan Meinzer Jun 18

February 2007

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We shall not be beaten Bruce Rutledge Feb 16

October 2006

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A Character of Coffee and Coffee-Houses (1661) M. P. Sep 01

May 2006

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J.S. Bach's The Coffee Cantata (Kaffe-Kantate) Christian Friedrich Henrici Sep 01

January 2006

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The pleasures and pains of coffee Honore de Balzac Sep 01

December 2005

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Nine shots, nine-hundred miles Scott Hillis Sep 01

October 2005

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Coming to terms with sweet coffee Yuko Enomoto Sep 01
Coffee with Truman David Cady Sep 01
Zott's: Coffee before the storm David Rutledge Sep 01

Caffeinated Goods

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The Coffee Journals

"In the half-lotus position I sit, typing this out and enjoying a lucid dream in which I am being carried upon the 'shoulders' of a glinting, dew-speckled mass of Fire 'Siphon Method' coffee cans."