Thursday, May 3, 2012

Contributors honour Japan

Over the next few weeks, as the editors finalise proofreading and the layout of the anthology, this blog will showcase some of the creative works our contributors have done outside of the pieces which were chosen to be included in the anthology.

These pieces won't necessarily be themed around Japan, nor disasters; but as a highlight of the incredible collection of talent the anthology has been fortunate to draw upon.

To start our cultural tour, we are extremely honoured to have been gifted the opportunity to share some of the poetry Elizabeth Schultz wrote straight after the triple disaster in Japan on March 11th 2011. These pieces come from a collection she has recently had published which focus on her observations and reactions to the events in Japan.

More about each of the contributors and the other works can be found from the contributors page.