Today I received the art for my story “Nostalgia,” which comes out in the January 2015 issue of Interzone. This will be my third story in Interzone, and I’m excited to see the finished product.
The third annual Art & Words Show Reception, which I created and now coordinate, took place on Saturday, September 27, 2014, with the written and visual work from 13 writers and 13 artists. Each artist created a painting or sculpture in response to a story or poem. Each writer created a new story or poem in response to a visual work. This silent collaboration culminated in 52 original works of art & words, which will be on display until October 4 at Art on the Boulevard in Fort Worth, Texas. (With enough interest, Art on the Boulevard may extend the show one week.)
For rights’ sake, we can’t show you all of the written work, but to view the visual works from the show and read the work that was previously published online, take a look at the public PDF document: Art & Words 2014 — public document. It also has links to the writers’ websites.
For more pictures from the event, visit my Facebook album: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10202706558974481.1073741832.1514160413&type=1&l=5ade1b2c45
For information on how to submit to next year’s show, visit the Art & Words page of this site: https://bonniejostufflebeam.com/art-words-show/
There’s an article in the March/April Poets & Writers Magazine about my Art & Words Show; they interviewed me for the article and put it the mention together as part of their News and Trends section. Check it out: http://www.pw.org/content/arts_words_inspires_writers_artists!
Submissions for the show open March 1st. I receive a lot of fiction but am always in need of more poetry, so if please pass the word on to any poets you may know.