Yvona Fast’s poems have appeared in Farming Magazine, The Poeteer, Oswego Alumni Magazine (online), Weekend Poets of Pyramid anthology (2015 and 2016), and Perspectives, Poetry Concerning Autism and Other Disabilities, vol.1. In 2016, she brought PoemVillage to Saranac Lake. She has written a weekly food column for the Adirondack Daily Enterprise and Lake Placid News since 2005, is the author of 3 books (Garden Gourmet: Fresh & Fabulous Meals from your Garden, CSA or Farmers’ Market; Employment for Individuals with Asperger Syndrome or Non-Verbal Learning Disability: Stories and Strategies; My Nine Lives), and has published over 200 magazine articles. More at http://www.wordsaremyworld.com.

Yvona (aka Yvonne) Fast is a graduate of Jamesville-Dewitt High School, SUNY Oswego (BA), and SUNY Geneseo (MLS). She currently resides in the northern Adirondacks, where she is a member of the Adirondack Center for Writing.

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3 thoughts on “Yvona Fast releases new title

  1. Hi Yvona, My husband and i visited Lake Placid and area September, 2019. Every few years we do so. Found your Mixed Berry Cobbler in newspaper; decided to make it for friends when we returned to CT; after all, it was a little piece of our vacation story. Was a BIG hit; I used 3 cups: one of strawberries, one blackberries; the other raspberries. So delicious!! i think you need the three cups; two would have been skimpy. Wanted to thank you for the recipe and let you know who is emulating your baking!! Sincerely, Sallyanne Ferrero

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  2. Elaine and I prepared Apples and Onions and, it turned out great! Elaine said it seemed we were in a high=class restaurant. We are happy we used your recipe.

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