Thank you to Alan James for the use of his photograph in our collaboration.
Do yourself a favour and take a look at writer and artist Ingrid Steblea’s imaginative, surreal poetry postcard at Postal Poetry.
I love it. I love the surprise of the sunflower petals, the goldfinches and the pearl …
A massive thanks to my very talented friend, artist, musician and photographer, Sarah Hills, for designing the peony moon header. It’s perfect, Sarah. I love it. Thank you.
Sarah was born in Banbury, Oxfordshire, and moved to South Africa when she was eight years old. She studied Fine Art, majoring in painting, at the Natal Technikon. The bass player for Sunways for seven years, she is currently working on a solo album and is returning to live in South Africa in December.
Christine Swint created her poetry postcard, “bricks”, with a photograph taken in downtown Atlanta.
Have a look at Christine’s inventive postcard.
Jo Hemmant created her poetry postcard “Water pools” from a photograph taken in Le Val Andre, Brittany.
Have a look at Jo’s beautiful postcard.
My entry for Postal Poetry’s September contest is one of six winners. The postcard was created with talented Fernando de Sousa’s photograph. Thanks, Fernando, Dana and Dave.
Have a look at “plastic winter”.
Ivy Alvarez, author of Mortal (Red Morning Press, 2006), created her poetry postcard “marcid” as part of a larger work commenced during her stay at the Fundación Valparaíso in Spain earlier this year.
Take a look at Ivy’s evocative postcard.
Rethabile Masilo, co-editor of Canopic Jar and Monsieur Poéfrika, created his poetry postcard, “the second day”, using a photograph by Fernando de Sousa, for Postal Poetry’s September contest.
Take a look at Rethabile’s vivid winning entry.
Susan Richardson, author of Creatures of the Intertidal Zone (Cinnamon Press), created her poetry postcard “migraine bird”, using a photograph by Fernando de Sousa, for Postal Poetry’s September contest.
Have a look at Susan’s striking winning entry.