owen lucas

poetry, fiction and translation

Tag: Cezanne

The Monarch Review

New poem up at crunchy little Seattle literary mag The Monarch Review. It’s an ekphrasis poem about naked ladies in a Cezanne painting.

In other news: spring!

Eunoia Review

Three new poems now online at Eunoia: 296, a translation of “Confession”, one of my favourite Baudelaire poems; 321, a little study of a tropical bird; 322, a piece based on one of Cézanne’s smaller “Bathers” paintings. Eunoia runs through WordPress, so if you like the work, give it an up or a reblog. Cheers!

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Whisperings Vol. 2 Issue 2

The summer issue of Whisperings is out, containing the next eight poems in their current serialisation of Afterworks. The poems in this set are based on paintings by Cézanne, Picasso, Sérusier, Toulouse-Lautrec and others. See Magcloud to view the whole issue online, download it as a free PDF, or order a print copy.

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