Hg sent us this poetry postcard, created from one of his own photos. He writes, The building is an abandoned World War II look-out post on a remote peninsula in the north-west of… Continue reading
Michelle McGrane created this postcard for our September contest in response to a photo (“Plastic Winter”) by Fernando de Sousa.
Christine Swint created this poetry postcard for our September contest with a photo by Fernando de Sousa. (Compare with Rethabile Masilo’s postcard “the second day,” which used the same photo.)
Gregory Stapp created this piece for our September contest, using a photo by Fernando de Sousa.
South African poet Michelle McGrane created this poetry postcard using an excerpt from her prose poem, “A Weightless World,” on a photograph taken during a camel trek in the Sinai Desert in 1994.
Christine Swint created this postcard with an image by Fernando de Sousa, also called “666.” The beginning of her poem refers to the Bob Marley song, “Three Little Birds.”
Photograph by Marja-Leena Rathje and words by Tom Montag, who blogs as The Middlewesterner. The photo was chosen and manipulated in response to the poem.
Jessica Fox-Wilson took the photo last fall on East Lake Street, in Minneapolis, and subsequently wrote the poem, “Lake Street,” in response.
This detail of a medieval sculpture shows a Roman soldier grabbing the arm of Christ in Gethsemane. Created by Teju Cole.
Jo Hemmant created this poetry postcard. She took the photo in Le Val Andre, Brittany.
Christine Swint created this poetry postcard. She adds this background: The lines from this poem come from a dream I had in February. The photo is of a marginalized neighborhood in downtown Atlanta.
Another piece Ivy Alvarez created as part of a larger work that she started during her stay in the Fundacion Valparaiso in Spain, early 2008.
Leslie F. Miller created this poetry postcard.
Photograph by Marja-Leena Rathje and words by Tom Montag, who blogs as The Middlewesterner. The poem was written in response to the image.
Jo Hemmant created this poetry postcard.
Nathan Moore created this poetry postcard.
Christine Swint wrote this poem on top of a picture she took in downtown Atlanta.