Exhibit G

G is for………., that grows out of bounds,”

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



“Cultivating Life and Death”

(submitted by Jason D. Faull)

Jardin de Difformité”

(submitted by Sara Baicker-McKee)

“The Book Monster and How to Tame It”

(submitted by Helen Liutongco)


(submitted by Maddy Donahue)

“The Necessary Pleasures”

(submitted by Chris’s Cross)

“Letters to/from the Undertaker (G)”

(submitted by Matthew John Lasnoski & Marianna Lynn Kreidler)

“Guide to Watering”

(submitted by Tricia Shimamura)

“Do You Want Me In Green”

(submitted by Ellen Gaglione)


(submitted by Kathi Stafford)

“What will the future forgive?”

(submitted by Ami Walsh)

“seasoned shapes”

(submitted by Jacob Waldman)

“All presumes to spring from a garden”

(submitted by Edward Brown)


(submitted by Yu Imai)

“Frigid Temperatures Grow Knowledge”

(submitted by Eric Fortineaux)

“Seasonal Cycles Persist”

(submitted by Matt Riley)

“Bodies evolve with phases of phrases”

(submitted by Libby Panhorst)

“Gallant Tears”

(submitted by Elizabeth McLees)

“For every thing you add, there is one less”

(submitted by Nina Clements)

“Exhibit G” first appeared in Kenyon Review Online. To see examples of other deformed Exhibits, see !Home. To learn how to participate in this collaborative project, see &About.

Published on November 4, 2009 at 8:36 pm  Comments Off on Exhibit G  
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