A Love Supreme: A Pioneering Writer Feature with Phillip Lopate

Phillip Lopate has left an indelible mark on the literary world. Through both his own writing and the editing of landmark anthologies, he has reestablished the art of the personal essay. In addition, he’s a film critic, fiction writer, poet, educator, and has been awarded multiple fellowships—including two National Endowment for the Arts grants and…

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Ejiwa Ebenebe

Ejiwa Ebenebe (called Edge by most) is a Nigerian-Canadian artist. Although she currently lives in Canada, she grew up in several places across the globe, which has given her a variety of experiences that deeply influence her approach to her creative work. Themes such as mystery and ornate opulence are an ongoing fascination (no doubt thanks to a steady diet of fairytales, mysteries, and horror stories in her childhood). She is also focused on adding to the representation of black, LGBTQ+ women in the art world. To see more of her work, visit www.artofedge.com.

First Featured In: No. 12, winter 2018

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