Please proceed to http://www.emster.com/prufrock/ and read the following
"Maggie Foote and I were having some beers at Maggie’s in Westminster, MD. We were talking about a similar project we’d done years ago, where 13 writers made art in response to each of the stanzas of Wallace Steven’s poem Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird. She said, “We should do it again. We should do it for Prufrock.”
I is the wonderful, fierce poet Barbara DeCesare. It is the exhibit, the telos of Ms. DeCesare’s Prufrock Project, which, those lucky enough to visit:
The YorkArts Gallery
10 North Beaver Street
can behold as:
The Prufrock Project Mini Exhibit
November 16 to November 28, 2009
with an opening reception on November 21, 2009 @ 6:00 pm to celebrate:
over forty artists and writers from your neighborhood across the globe contributing to York’s Prufrock Project—each creating art based on stanzas from T. S. Eliot’s famous poem “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock.” This image-packed poem is transcribed in art to create a meditation on its various elements.
Visit http://www.emster.com/prufrock/ for more information.
AND featuring the art of two of Vrzhu Press/Beothuk Books’ beloved authors: Kim Roberts (The Kimnama) and Dan Vera (The Space Between Our Danger and Delight).