Lorette C. Luzajic earned her degree in journalism from Ryerson University but went on to pursue creative writing and art instead. She is at work on her fifth poetry book, a collection of ekphrastic prose poems. Her work has recently appeared in (or is forthcoming) The Group of Seven Reimagined (Heritage Books), Wild Word (Berlin), Misfit, Nine Muses Poetry (Wales), Indelible (Dubai), New Flash Fiction Review, MacQueen’s Quinterly, Black Coffee Review, Heart of Flesh, and Cultural Weekly. In 2019, she was nominated for Best of the Net and twice for the Pushcart Prize. Lorette is the founder and editor of The Ekphrastic Review, a journal dedicated to writing inspired by art. She is also an award-winning visual artist, whose works are exhibited and collected all over the world.
This artwork uses layers of collage and mixed media to portray memory, drawing on city life, poetry, art history, and other urban influences.