New theme, New subs, New year

The Echo Art and Literary Magazine is beyond thrilled to announce that we will be having a brand new theme for the upcoming 2022 to 2023 magazine. We want to know and learn all about your Intersections. This theme idea sparked because our staff has a range of unique, talented, & diverse people. We found … Read more

Brown Ochre, More Than a Skintone

Nkosi Ndlovu’s art piece Brown Ochre portrays a woman with her face and upper chest removed. Yet, that’s only what you get at a glance. We’ve inferred that this piece delves into the idea that people are more than the color of their skin. It’s a modern-looking take on a somewhat general topic of discussion, … Read more

The Body as a Catalog Of Grief

Adedayo Agarau’s poem The Body as a Catalog Of Grief illustrates the natural thought process of grief. Through scattered thoughts, he can create a descriptive metaphor that hits close to home for many who are in the process of grief. Lines such as “My body is a drunk jug of tears, a quiet sanctuary for … Read more