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About the Artist
Edgar Solis, with degrees from the
University of Puerto Rico and The Art Institute of Atlanta,
shows his fine art photography on the southeast
arts-and-crafts-show circuit. For the last seven years, he has
been perfecting Polaroid Image and Emulsion Transfer. This
process allows him to show images in a way that often blurs the
line between photography and painting. He also does black and
white sepia and selenium toned prints.
A professor at DeVry University,
has published poetry and non-fiction in a number of journals
including American Letters & Commentary, The Antioch
Review, New American Writing, Pennsylvania English and
Sonora Review. Several of her poems have also appeared
online in journals such as Mudlark
Booth Review. Her interviews with Barbara Kingsolver
Lee appeared in Poets & Writers. She has
completed two manuscripts of poetry, one of which was a Walt
Whitman Award finalist. Pence lives in Atlanta, Georgia, with
her daughter Ada.
“Eclipse” and "The Illuminated
Blake" first appeared in New American Writing.
“For my Mother” first appeared in
The Antioch Review.
“Take Back” first appeared in American
Letters and Commentary.
“Metonymy” first appeared in Red
“Anonymous Emmanuel” and "House
with Windows" first appeared in Pennsylvania English.
“Expedient Means” first appeared
“Armless” first appeared in Mudlark.
“One Shallow in the Body” first
appeared in Willow Springs.
Planting the Bulbs
For my Mother
House with Windows
One Shallow in the Body
The Illuminated Blake