Lorette C. Luzajic is editor of The Ekphrastic Review, a journal she founded in 2015 that is devoted to literature inspired by visual art. She has a journalism degree from Ryerson University, but went on to pursue a more creative path. Her prose poetry and small fictions have been published widely, including New Flash Fiction Review, Unbroken, Cleaver Magazine, Fatal Flaw, JMWW, and many more. She has been nominated for several Best of Net and Pushcart prizes. Her flash story recently won first place in a contest at Macqueen’s Quinterly. Recent books of many are Pretty Time Machine: ekphrastic prose poems (Mixed Up Media Books, 2020) and a greatest hits collection, Salt (Cyberwit Books, 2021, India). Lorette is also an award-winning visual artist with collectors in at least 25 countries from Estonia to Peru. She lives in Toronto, Canada.
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