Collaborators’ Q&A: Artist Elizabeth Terhune: …As a visual artist, the outrageous number of image possibilities (maps, compasses, vermilion roses, gales, webbing, tattoos, coastlines, etc.) immediately appealed to me. Poet Gretchen E. Henderson: Her palpable capture of the corporeal caused me pause—in the best sense. She rendered the map as a living, breathing creature… moved and moving, able to be haunted and to haunt.
Poet Gretchen E. Henderson’s genre-bending writing was awarded the 2010 Madeleine P. Plonsker Prize, with recent work published in Black Warrior Review, Witness, New American Writing, Mantis, Caketrain, and Double Room, among other journals. Artist Elizabeth Terhune has exhibited widely throughout the United States and recently had a one-person exhibition at the Lake George Arts Project, Lake George, NY.