Tanka, by Saad Ali
Frequent contributor Saad Ali contemplates Dali and his mother.
Digging Up Dali, by L.E. Goldstein
Poet L.E. Goldstein digs up a Dali artwork many of us haven’t seen.
Couple with Their Heads Full of Clouds, by Mary Lou Buschi
Poet Mary Lou Buschi makes magic in just a few words.
Mad Minerva, by Steve Klepetar
Steve Klepetar tackles mythology and Dali in the earliest days of The Ekphrastic Review.
Mrs. Dali Takes a Bath, by Katherine Huang
Poet Katherine Huang contemplates Dali’s wife.
Forever Dali, by Aline Soules
Aline Soules remembers the impact of an artwork she saw in person.
The Lopsided Ticking of Dali’s Clocks, by M.J. Iuppa
M.J. Iuppa writes about one of the world’s most recognizable paintings.
Drawers, Slips, and Slits
Jungian scholar Dr. Roula-Maria Dib takes apart and puts back together The Anthropomorphic Cabinet.
Lullabye of Uncle Magritte, by Boris Glikman
Surrealist flash fiction writer Boris Glikman is inspired by Michael Cheval’s artwork inspired by Dali and Magritte.
(she)ll on the shining sand, by Tricia Marcella Cimera
Our poetry judge for the upcoming Bird Watching contest has been with us since the beginning. Here is a poem on a Dali sketch in collaboration with Walt Disney.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Let's have some fun with this- along with your picks, send a vintage photo of yourself too!
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