Thank you so much to Alarie Tennille, one of The Ekphrastic Review's regular poets, for supporting Ekphrastic at Patreon.
Alarie has been with us as a reader and writer from our inception. She has been a wonderful cheerleader to myself and to other poets who confer together on Facebook.
I can't thank you enough dear Alarie!
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