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A Spectator: Ekphrastic Poetry By Per K. Brask
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A collection of 50 ekphrastic poems by Canadian poet, author, playwright and dramaturge Per K. Brask. Accessible and insightful, these delightful poems express the poet's playful attention to a live... More > performance, work of art, exhibit or life moment. "Ekphrasis” refers to a literary description of, or commentary on, a work of art.< Less
Parallels: Selected Ekphrastic Poetry, 2009-2012 By Neil Ellman
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Neil Ellman responds to images in modern and contemporary art by painting word pictures that parallel, reflect and give new meanings to the original images based on his unique perspective. Whether... More > working from an Abstract Expressionist or Surrealist painting, sculpture or installation, he imbues the images of others with his own emotions, ideas and sensibility.< Less
Ekphrases By Poetry and Painting
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Ekphrasis: Poems inspired by art; art inspired by poems. A collaboration between the poetry and painting classes. Spring semester, 2013. Marlboro College.
Vision/Verse 2009-2013: An Anthology of Poetry By J. Bruce Fuller & Erica McCreedy
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Collecting the first five years of poems from the Vision/Verse Art and Poetry Exhibits, this anthology brings together 33 poets and nearly 100 poems.
Unlike Things Must Meet By Richard Leach & Hanan Kazma
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This collaboration between Lebanese photographer Hanan Kazma and American poet Richard Leach presents twenty-three of Kazma's photographs and twenty-one of Leach's poems inspired by her work. Kazma's... More > imaginative, expressive photography ranges across urban landscapes and into the personal spaces of her striking self-portraits. The poems are in free verse as well as traditional forms including blues lyrics. The book's title comes from the Herman Melville poem "Art", which concludes the book.< Less
Advice to a Young Bivouac By Marcy Jarvis
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A collection of ekphrastic poetry together with the photographs from around the world that inspired the work.
Divided Together By Michelle Mead & Eric Mead
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A poetry collection inspired by the artwork of the poet's deceased brother.
Instinct and Study By Richard Leach & Hanan Kazma
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Instinct and Study is the fourth book of collaborations between Lebanese photographer Hanan Kazma and American poet Richard Leach. Kazma's images include abstracted self-portraits and urban walls and... More > windows. Leach's poems written in response to them range from surreal free verse to rhymed lyrics. The book's title is a phrase from Herman Melville's poem "Art", which names the "unlike things" which must meet in order "to wrestle with the angel art."< Less
Lines Waving By Mary Jones
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This collection covers a variety of moods from weighty to frivolous, and includes examples of formal poetic structures as well as free verse. The reader is invited to join the poet in exploring the... More > familiar, the esoteric and all stages in between – the waving is always a welcome but can also be a cry for help or a warning.< Less
Watching Lumia By Nick Admussen
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Watching Lumia is an ekphrastic cycle that expands into ars poetica, where Thomas Wilfred's Lumia and its light music (not lite music, mind you) are a metaphor for writer and poem. As the poems... More > unfold, the eye of Admussen’s I is always between us and the picture, illuminating, probing, interpreting, and obscuring, his images almost edible and ever shifting into new but recognizable patterns. It would be cliche to call this writing "kaleidoscopic." Think instead of the synesthetic impatience of wanting to eat a Rothko or chase a shadow you’ll never catch, especially if it’s yours. Geothe called color the “sufferings of light” and Dickinson said art is a house that “tries to be haunted.” Watching Lumia finds its ghosts in the concentrated gaze of the gallery, and “Like a person it/ performs joys." -Kate Lebo, author of A Commonplace Book of Pie< Less