W. Jack Savage: Collecting

We’re happy to share today from our collection Collecting by W. Jack Savage [>>]:

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Camille Meyer: Two Flashes

We’re back for the home stretch, the metallic and spiky shipping season, as it were, and super-chuffed to share today Camille Meyer’s flashes “Little Meal” and “Slots”:

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Robert Fanning: two poems

This week’s share comes to us from SC 5.2, two poems of man with corpse by Robert Fanning, “Man and Corpse at the Bridge” and “Family Dinner”:

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Amy Kotthaus: two photos

Today’s share is plucked from the archive and handed to you carefully, quietly, under a bright sky — Amy Kotthaus’s [>>] photos “Window” and “Above”:

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Call for submissions from incarcerated people

Until May 1, 2018 (postmark date), we are accepting postal submissions from incarcerated people. We believe that incarcerated people are people. This call is open as to form and content. This call is to an extent an experiment to gauge interest. SASE/postage-paid postcard must be included for response; we anticipate a turnaround of six weeks. Include an artist bio of no more than 50 words; include a mailing address for print copy delivery if different from your return address. See our submission page for mailing address and guidelines for writers: stormcellarquarterly.com/submit .