Ten Selections From Our Archives
TERcets Podcast, by Brian A. Salmons
The ekphrastic podcast featuring the voice and vision of our longtime contributor Brian A. Salmons is a truly exciting development. Pour yourself a cup of tea and catch up on these amazing episodes.
Saints, The Departed, Gods, And Fetishes, by Nicole Henares
Poet Nicole Henares contemplates an exhibition of Santos, Difuntos, Dieux et Fétiches, by Rorro Berjano.
Alouette, Au Lapin Agile, by Carole Mertz
Carole Mertz visits a famous cabaret beloved by artists and writers.
Windblown, by Kat Lewis
Kat Lewis wanders into Christina’s world.
Shape Shifters, by Darrell Petska
Darrell Petska shows us a painting by Maria Lassnig.
Faces, by John Riley
John Riley writes in prose and poetry about a portrait by Andre Derain.
My Mother and Andy Warhol, by Robert Donohue
We nominated this Warhol poem by Robert Donohue for the Pushcart Prize.
Ali Rashid, by Lorette C. Luzajic
I’m fascinated by the palimpsest qualities of Dutch-Iraqi artist Ali Rashid’s abstract works, and his incredible life story. I was honoured to work with him in Tunisia several years ago.
Shepherdess Bringing In Sheep, by Charlie Brice
Poet Charlie Brice considers artist Camille Pissarro.
Traveling Circus, by Gregory Vincent St. Thomasino
Poet Gregory Vincent St. Thomasino shows us a Klee we may not have seen.
Call For Throwback Lists
There are almost 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 new Throwback Thursday feature will highlight writing from our past, chosen on purpose or chosen randomly. You’ll get the chance to discover past contributors, work you missed, or responses to older ekphrastic challenges.
Would you like to be a guest editor for a Throwback Thursday? Pick up to 10 favourite or random posts from the archives of The Ekphrastic Review. Use the format you see below: title, name of author, a sentence or two about your choice, and the link. Include a bio and if you wish, a note to readers about the Review, your relationship to the journal, ekphrastic writing in general, or any other relevant subject. Put THROWBACK THURSDAYS in the subject line and send to email@example.com.
Let's have some fun with this- along with your picks, send a vintage photo of yourself too!
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