To render. Be rendered.
A magazine of poetry and related arts straight from L.A.
(Art Meets Poetry ó and Vice-Versa)
Poet: Nance Van Winckel
What is an Ekphrastic Poem? That's easy. A baby would know that. A Greek-worded thing, it's a poem inspired by a work of visual art, or any art other than poetry. But what the heck is Catawampus?!
Nance Van Winckel
|Nance Van Winckel's (www.nancevanwinckel.com) books of poetry include Bad Girl, with Hawk (U. of Illinois Press, 1987), The Dirt (Miami U. Press, 1994), Beside Ourselves (Miami University Press, 2003), After A Spell (Miami U. Press, 1998), which received the Washington State Governorís Award for Poetry, and No Starling (University of Washington Press, 2007). She's received two National Endowment for the Arts Poetry Fellowships, a Pushcart Prize, Poetry Magazineís Friends of Literature Award, two Washington State Artist Trust Awards, The Midland Authors Award, and awards from the Poetry Society of America. Her poems have appeared in Poetry, The American Poetry Review, the 2006 Pushcart Prize Anthology, The Gettysburg Review, Field, Volt, The Kenyon Review, The Massachusetts Review, and Ploughshares.|