NARROW FELLOW Fall 2014 Special Issue Only $14.99 plus shipping:
Traditionally, poets have often used art for inspiration; from sections of Homer's Iliad, to Billy Collins' Fishing on the Susquehanna in July. The editors of A NARROW FELLOW Journal of Poetry have turned the ekphrasis method upside down around and on its ear, commissioning Louisville artist N D Hazlett to create a series of visual artistic pieces based on contemporary poetry. This issue presents 15 pieces of art in several media created by N D Hazlett, based on her interpretation of poems written by the following contributors: Olya Stoyanova (translation by Katerina Stoykova-Klemer), Ellyn Lichvar, Mary Quade, Cathleen Calbert, Emily Dickinson, Joel W. Nelson, L.E. Lansing, Danuta E. Kosk-Kosicka, Carol Hamilton, Jacob Edwards, Elizabeth Crowell, Michael Albright, Kathleen S. Burgess, Trevor Tingle, and Kathleen Driskell.
Take a peek at Olya Stoyanova's poem
"HAPPINESS STREET"(translation by Katerina Stoykova-Klemer)
and n d hazlett's painting titled at the end