Poet Ash Goedker: Elizabeth Terhune’s piece hones in on the importance of the kid in this poem, who is in her own earthly heaven. I guess it surprised me that none of the other objects came through visually, but I’m grateful for this specific silhouette Artist Elizabeth Terhune: I found it full of images and confounding. And there’s a teeter-totter between playfulness and anxiousness.
Elizabeth Terhune paints in watercolor and oil. She teaches in-person and remote classes through the 92Y in NYC. Ash Goedker‘s poems have appeared in Great Lakes Review, Indiana Review, Third Point Press and others. She lives in New Orleans and teaches at Nicholls State University.