Exhibit M

M is for……, retracing all courses,”

To hear Exhibit M, click here. A full text pdf can be downloaded here. If you prefer to deform & reform a .doc, please contact the Undertaker.

ExhibitM-Mirroring1-GeorginaLewis

ExhibitM-Mirroring2-GeorginaLewis

ExhibitM-Mirroring3-GeorginaLewis

“Mirroring”

(submitted by Georgina Lewis)

ExhibitM-Critical Reading&MetaphorMining-MelanieStratton

“Critical Reading & Metaphor Mining”

(submitted by Melanie Stratton)

“Pandora’s”

(submitted by Irene McIntosh)

“Terra Incognita”

(submitted by Ethan Bernstein)

“Letters to/from the Undertaker (M)”

(submitted by Matthew John Lasnoski & Marianna Lynn Kreidler)

“Remembrance of Things Past”

(submitted by Libby Panhorst)

“Trip”

(submitted by Maren Less)

“#5: The Clue in the Mystery Book”

(submitted by Kathleen Bires)

[Untitled]

(submitted by Tyler Turett)

“Bea in a Mood”

(submitted by Kathi Stafford & Dan Martin)

[Untitled]

(submitted by Olivia Gray)

[Untitled]

(submitted by Justine Roach)


“Those Who Were Remembered”

(submitted by Matt Kistler)

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Terra Incognita” (audio)

(submitted by Syed Hasnain)

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Manhattan™ and the Mvula tree… cultures and languages entangled at their roots, branched and sought more soil and sky… Skin pretends to be impervious, bandaged or clothed, to ward out cold and foreign bodies… Like a tattoo indelibly marks skin, as if a map upon a back or breast, to be read or re-membered, touched and tasted… The way one looks, walks, and wavers belies a viewer’s discretions… Where does a person know to find and leave a heart, and how?

(submitted by Erik Schurink)

[Untitled]

(submitted by Melanie Swienski)

[Untitled]

(submitted by Monica Thomas)

“Malleable Cartography”

(submitted by Rebecca Theodorou)

“Remapping”

(submitted by Anonymous)

“Loose Weave” (with Exhibit H)

(submitted by Richard Blick)

“Exhibit M” first appeared in The Laurel Review (as “By Land”). To see examples of other deformed Exhibits, visit !Home. To learn how to participate in this collaborative project, visit &About.

Published on November 4, 2009 at 8:42 pm  Comments Off  
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