A Novel Novice Feature: Original Elka Cloke wallpapers

Posted September 17, 2010 by 4 Comments

Today closes out our week-long feature on poet Elka Cloke, whose new collection, Bitter Language is now in stores.

And once again, Sara’s outdone herself with three wallpapers featuring Elka Cloke’s poems, “Thames River Song,” which appears at the opening of Cassandra Clare’s newest book, Clockwork Angel, and “Bitter Language,” which appears in City of Ashes. A big thanks to Elka for giving us a glimpse into her craft and sharing her thoughts with us!

The first two are similar but the first version has a more artistic font, while the second is a bit easier to read. As always, click to view the full-sized version, then right click to save.



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4 responses to “A Novel Novice Feature: Original Elka Cloke wallpapers

  1. Carmel

    These are amazing – changing my boring wallpaper right now! I think I might go for the last one:) Thanks

  2. I just wanted to thank you for sharing your work in the books I’m reading right now. The Cassandra Clare series of books, first The city of series and now I just picked up the hard cover of The Clockwork angel, first thing I read was your poetry and I was moved. To few books now a days don’t share poetry like they used too. I enjoy the blurbs and poems almost as much as I do the stories I read. So thank you so much for sharing.

    Best Regards
    Nova Scotia, Canada

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