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Rattle’s February Ekphrastic Challenge

I’m thrilled that my artwork has been chosen by Rattlemag’s editor for the February Rattle Ekphrastic Challenge.

I’m also super-excited, as this means I’ll get to read some ekphrastic poetry. I love ekphrastics – their potential for collaboration between visual and words, and the way that they enable exciting storytelling through creative dialogue – their potential to transform.

I can’t wait to read people’s poems at the end of February. Thank you so much to Rattle for choosing my work.

To participate, visit Rattle’s Ekphrastic Challenge page. If you’re interested in finding out more about my work then subscribe to my monthly newsletter.

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Bio: Sarah-Jane's work is inspired by fairytales, nature, psychogeography and surrealism. She uses bricolage to explore the space between real and imagined; creating alternative narratives as small acts of resistance. Sarah-Jane's work can be seen in various journals, including Waxwing Literary Journal, Petrichor, Sugar House Review (Sugar Suites), Thrush Journal and Iron Horse Literary Review. You can find her on Twitter @Sarahjfc or on her website at

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