The current issue of The Nassau Review is a special ekphrastic themed issue. “One art is all art: all art is one art,” writes Editor Christina M. Rau. “In keeping with this mantra, I wondered if other poets would agree that ekphrasis could relate to more than writing a description about one piece of art. I wondered how prose writers would approach this idea. What I found was simple. Artists find inspiration in all forms of creativity.” The issue also features the winners of the 2013 Writer Award for Prose and Poetry: Wayne Scheer’s “The Love Song of Langley Moran” and Jennifer Woodworth’s “Crows Over Wheatfield” (after Vincent Van Gogh’s last painting).