'Pang': The Last Ekphrastic Challenge of the Sonnetarium & a Discussion with Tom Snarsky

January 10, 2019

 

The Last Ekphrastic Challenge of The Sonnetarium

 

All things come to an end, even good things as they say.  The Sonnetarium is winding down, and by March will fully evolve into its new iteration:  Pink Plastic House a tiny journal.  Pink Plastic House a tiny journal will feature a dollhouse format of rooms where one poem, one poet will be featured each week.  After their poem is featured in the prime spot for a week, it will join the archives in the room to which it belongs.   Pink Plastic House a tiny journal will still feature interviews, like the one below this challenge with the genius Tom Snarsky.  However the interviews will be once a month.  The focus will be poetry:  one poem, one poet a week.

 

There may be an ekphrastic challenge at some point in Pink Plastic House a tiny journal.  It’s not ruled out, but one thing that is certain is this:  this is the LAST ekphrastic challenge of The Sonnetarium.  You know you want to win that and be the last featured poet in The Sonnetarium.  Today’s art is Pang by Robin Anna Smith, and it’s a visceral fitting pie