“Witch-Wife” in “Splitting the Genre: An Intersection of Poetry & Visual Art”

Six Arrow press is a new literary press based in San Diego. They have just released their first book, an anthology of creative combinations of poetry and visual art. I am pleased to announce that my adaptation into comics of Edna St. Vincent Millay’s poem “Witch-Wife” is among the included works.
The book, entitled Splitting the Genre: An Intersection of Poetry and Visual Art, can be purchased here:

http://www.blurb.com/b/5377678-splitting-the-genre-an-intersection-of-poetry-visu

For more information on this project and upcoming releases from Six Arrow press:http://sixarrowpress.kevindublin.com/

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One Response to “Witch-Wife” in “Splitting the Genre: An Intersection of Poetry & Visual Art”

  1. Alice says:

    Vraiment, mais vraiment, la ballade en voiture est ma case préférée. C’est si subtil a représenter un regard légèrement hors de la voiture, pour le vent, pour voir autrement qu’à travers le pare-brise, just love it!
    Alice!

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