From Trish Hopkinson…
Bosch and Bruegel Anthology invites you to send your poems about any of the paintings, drawings, or other artwork by Hieronymus Bosch or Bruegel the Elder.
I wondered how and why this anthology came to be, so I asked editor David Sullivan and he kindly replied. See my interview with Sullivan and a link to submission guidelines below.
HOPKINSON: What gave you the idea to create this anthology?
SULLIVAN: My mother is an art historian, so we would often go to museums together and discuss the paintings. Later, when I became a poet, I kept track of poems about my mother’s favorite artists. I would send them to her, and we’d talk about why these images resonated with so many writers. The selection of poems grew organically from that process, and now we’re asking other poems to join in creating new work.
HOPKINSON: What type of work are…
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