Borne unto the Friulian plains of northeastern Italy, crafted entirely out of her eponymous wheat-substance (buck), Jodi “Buckwheat” Bosin’s olive-complexion may lead you to believe that she is Mediterranean, perhaps Moorish or Sicilian. Nay! Neigh? She hails from a place with very few vowels and quite far from the land of olives and capers: Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania, which was settled by Welsh Quakers. Once the oat people left, they planted the Buckwheat seed, but the winds blew it to Italy, and then back again to Medford. Buckwheat is currently pursuing a degree in doodling, in all senses of the word.