Call for Throwback Thursday selections!
Be a guest editor for a Throwback Thursday? Pick around 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.
Along with your picks, send a vintage photo of yourself, too!
The Estate of Ideas, by Kurt Cole Eidsvig
Eidsvig on Rauschenberg. “There is never enough; there
is always too much.”
You Don’t Have to Like Braque, by Edwin Rozic
“When we crouched in the tall grass, feeding/ the pink-tongued, butterscotch foal…”
Elegy for the Luminous, by Laura Glenn
“Poised leaflike on a stem, the subtle butterfly’s beyond delirium.”
The Green Blouse, by Barbara Crooker
“…a girl with a blouse the colour of summer…”
The Pen of Plenty (or A Portrait of an Artist as the Entire Universe) by Boris Glikman
“I was all of thirteen years old when the Hand from Above bestowed the Pen of Plenty upon me.”
Ox Carcass, by Colin Pink
“…death hangs heavier than we pretended…”
Forest Song 2, by Pitambar Naik
“…the forest songs of hope…”
You Gotta have Heart, by Deborah Guzzi
“…we came into the light, of knowing, of naming…”
Ekphrastic Writing Responses: Henry Darger
Laurie Newendorp, Sandi Stromberg, Janette Schafer, Kerfe Roig and more respond to the world of Henry Darger.
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