Ekphrastic 25/The Fox Woman

[currently on-submission]


This is it.  My last ekphrastic.  Only probably not.  But it’s the last one I’ll probably ever write on a schedule (not that I adhered to that schedule very well.  My timeline existed conceptually, but not actually).  Anyway, this particular poem was written for the book The Fox Woman by Kij Johnson, who wrote my favorite novel of last year, Fudoki (which I also wrote an ekphrastic for).


Previous ekphrastic: Ekphrastic 24/Death Note


What the hel is ekphrasis + Ekphrastic Poetry Archive (For poems about A Game of Thrones, Fudoki, The Hunger Games, Blood Meridian, etc–basically, just the stuff to fulfill your brain’s literary sugar-cravings.)


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