photo by marie c lecrivain
Marie C Lecrivain is the executive editor and publisher of poeticdiversity: the litzine of Los Angeles, a photographer, and is a writer in residence at her apartment.
Her prose and poetry have appeared in a number of journals and anthologies, including: Edgar Allen Poetry Journal, The Los Angeles Review, Nonbinary Review, Gargoyle, Spillway, Orbis, A New Ulster, and others.
Marie's newest poetry chapbook of poetry, Philemon's Gambit, (© 2016 International Word Bank Press), is available through Amazon.com. She's an associate editor for The Kentucky Review, and the editor of several anthologies including Octavia's Brood: Words and Art inspired by O.E. Butler (© 2014 Sybaritic Press), and Rubicon: Words and Art Inspired by Oscar Wilde's "De Profundis" (© 2015 Sybaritic Press).
Marie's avocations include photography; meditation; Libers CCXX and XV; marmosets; Christopher Eccleston, H.P. Lovecraft, and Sean Bean (depending on what day of the week it is); her co-owned cat Puff; expensive handbags; the number seven, and sensual tributes upon her neck from male artists-except male poets, who only write about it.
"Writing is like having sex with a beautiful freak; adventurous and uncomfortable to the extreme." - m. lecrivain 2004
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The olive and tan scarf
that covers her head
brings into harmony
her placid features; the moon
of her face, and the caramel orbs
of her eyes.
My own eyes linger
on a bulge
protruding from her forehead.
Not a laceration, but
an eruption in the landscape.
My unabashed stare meets hers,
and candy eyes harden to stone
as a pair of hands
readjust to veil
what I admire.
(previously published in The Blue House)