A Joy to See: Ekphrastic Poetry based on the artwork of Kay Levine
A Joy to See is a collection of ekphrastic poems written in response to artwork by Kay Levine. Twenty-seven renowned poets from around the world responded to the artwork, pastels, watercolors and oil paintings with prescient poems. A Joy to See is a tribute by Kay Levine's daughter, Sherri Levine.
- Publisher: Just a Lark Books
- Publish Date: Feb 5th, 2023
- Pages: 84
- Language: English
- Dimensions: 9.25in - 7.50in - 0.22in - 0.48lb
- EAN: 9798889557180
- Categories: • American - General• General• General
About the Author
Champlin, Dale: - Dale Champlin, transplanted Easterner, an Oregon poet with an MFA in fine art, has poems in The Opiate, Timberline, Pif, and Triggerfish Critical Review among other journals. Dale has three poetry collections; The Barbie Diaries, Callie Comes of Age, 2021, and Isadora, 2022. Three collections, Leda, Medusa, and Andromina, A Stranger in America are forthcoming. dalechamplin.com
Levine, Sherri: - Sherri Levine is a poet who lives in Portland, Oregon. Her poem, "Facedown," won the Lois Cranston Memorial Prize (Calyx). She won First Prize (Poet's Choice) in the Oregon Poetry Association Biannual Contest in 2017. Her work has been published in Prairie Schooner, The Timberline Review, CALYX, Driftwood Press, Poet Lore, The Opiate, Verseweavers, CIRQUE, Clackamas River Review, The Sun Magazine, and others. Sherri served as Poetry Editor for VoiceCatcher Journal. Her chapbook, In These Voices, was published by Poetry Box in 2018. She escaped the long harsh winters of upstate New York and has ever since been happily soaking in the Oregon rain. Sherri is the creator and host of Head for the Hills, a poetry series and open mic sponsored by the Hillsdale Library and now takes place virtually. Her first full-length poetry collection, Stealing Flowers from the Neighbors," is published by Kelsay Press.