South Carolina Morning, by Jean L. Kreiling
Poet Jean L. Kreiling tries on Hopper's red dress.
White Flag, by Alexis Rhone Fancher
Alexis Rhone Fancher travels back in time with her photographer's eye.
Ekphrastic Writing Responses on Nighthawks, by Edward Hopper
One of our most popular challenges ever.
In a Western Motel, by Nan Wigington
Flash fiction on Hopper by one of our first place contest winners.
Reflecting on Loneliness, by Lorette C. Luzajic
An essay by yours truly on solitude, loneliness, and being an introvert in an extroverted world.
The Honey Hour, by Heloise Jones
Flash fiction on the painter's Cape Cod Morning.
The Paintings of Edward Hopper, by Michael Harmon
Poet Michael Harmon on a number of works.
Two Old Men and the Sea, by Lorette C. Luzajic
Another essay by yours truly on Hopper and Turner, too.
The House By the Railroad, by Mark A. Murphy
Poet Mark A. Murphy visits the infamous haunted Hopper house.
Send us your favourites from our archive for Throwback Thursday!
There are six years worth of writing at The Ekphrastic Review. With daily or more posts of poetry, fiction, and prose for most of that history, we have a wealth of talent to show off. We encourage readers to explore our archives by month and year in the sidebar. Click on a random selection and read through our history.
Our Throwback Thursday features writing from our past, chosen on purpose or chosen randomly. Discover past contributors, work you missed, or responses to older ekphrastic challenges.
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