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November 2012 – Issue 12

November 13, 2012

We are pleased to share the work of the following artists and writers in the 12th issue of The Light Ekphrastic:

Marlayna DemondUntitled; Untitled (photography)

Karen DonovanA Closed Four-Dimensional Spacetime Manifold of Vanishing Radius; Fifty Swans Could Mean Something (poetry)

Erika FerrinSpace Cat and the Apocolypse; Cat House (poetry)

Gregory GunnDeity Stages I – IV; Mythos II (poetry)

Michelle JordanThe Lesson (Two hunters kill to learn); Catastrophic Invasion! (paintings)

Dina KarkarChaos; Rain, Damp Leaf Scent (paintings)

Ute SchätzmüllerFrom “Malerei – daniel sparks (II),” “Light and Void,” and others (paintings)

Carol StephenTickle at the Edge of Sound; Jammin’ on the 16 (poetry)

Artist Bios

This issue is dedicated to the memory of Baltimore poet and collagist Chris Toll. Chris was supportive of The Light Ekphrastic both as a contributor and a friend. We think he will especially like the otherworldly nature of several pieces in this issue, and we sincerely hope he enjoys them from the great beyond. Rest in peace, Chris.

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