Dear Readers and Writers,
Longtime Ekphrastic contributor Robbi Nester is curating and editing an anthology for our times called The Plague Papers.
She wants your ekphrastic prose and poetry!
Send up to five pieces inspired by an artwork or an artefact at any virtual museum or collection.
In addition to considering writing inspired by art, you can use prompts from nature or history or anthropology/archeology from any online collection: zoos, aquariums, medical collections, etc.
Send up to five poetry or short prose works responding to the specimen, object, or art to Robbi Nester at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please include a link to the image you chose and your email address, brief bio, and a Word doc.
Deadline is May 31, 2020.
The Ekphrastic Review is happy to post calls for ekphrastic projects of any kind. Please send us a note with details and we'll post the information on your behalf.
4/29/2020 02:57:15 pm
Hello Ekphrastic Review, I'm submitting my poem Madame Recamier, based upon Magritte's brass sculpture, "Madame Recamier," which resides today in the Magritte Museum Beaux Art, Brussels, Belgium.
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