ABOUT Water, Water Everywhere Poetry, Short Prose & Art

Water is so absolutely essential to life on Earth that every aspect of human culture and every artistic discipline, as well as mythology, folklore, fairytale and legend — have naturally addressed it.

With Water, Water Everywhere: Paean to a Vanishing Resource, a touring new-media exhibition — http://waterwatereverywhere-artshow.com/ — we aim to look at various creative endeavors that consider the world’s water crises. We’re now introducing this poetry,  short prose and art blog. Most are contemporary works. Please click on “Water Poetry & Prose,” to the left under Categories to read the growing collection. We will post as often as possible.

We invite writers and artists everywhere to send their poems, short prose and artwork (including media) to us at heathcollom@hotmail.com (Subject: Water Art) for possible inclusion on the blog. Please include a very brief bio.

Eventually, we hope to gather and publish enough material for a book of water poems, prose and some artwork.

Feel free to spread the word.

The beautiful photo of fierce waves on the Atlantic Ocean was taken by Shireen Malik, “official” Water, Water Everywhere photograher. http://www.shireenmalik.com/

Catalogue copy

Water, Water Everywhere is pleased to announce the publication of a vibrant catalogue, featuring a foreword by Global Water Partnership founder Ismail Serageldin and an essay by Betsy Damon, founder/director of Keepers of the Waters, with an introduction by Jennifer Heath and poetry by E.J. McAdams (whose poem is the first to appear on the blog), Michael Wolfe, Elizabeth Robinson, Jack Collom and Mark DuCharme. The artbook is now available on amazon.com -http://tinyurl.com/lmva82k

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