Writers on Art
In Looking Together, a dozen writers working in a range of styles and forms respond to works of art held in the permanent collection of Seattle's Frye Art Museum or exhibited there. Romantic and ironic, meticulously researched and fanciful, these poems, stories, monologues, and tales are invitations to any curious reader or lover of art to look again at what we see.
"Sometimes what artists want to explore is something created by another artist. Making art about something created by another human being is a way to engage intimately with how another human being believes or sees or feels or thinks or wants. It can also be really fun." -- From the Introduction by Rebecca Brown
"Though they have a shared origin on the same long-lost cave wall, pictures and words have always had a combative relationship . . . . Looking Together plays with that essential conflict in interesting ways . . . . It's hard to imagine a more profitable truce between words and pictures."—The Stranger
"Two longtime figures on the Seattle lit scene produce an intriguing collection of essays on art."—Seattle Post-Intelligencer
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