Stamps Project


I asked some writers:

What place do you write about or think about, and why? Is there a location – in space or time, real or imaginary, past, present, or future – that draws you back again and again? What happened there?


Jill McDonough:  “Accident, Mass. Ave.”

Amy Groshek: “Fort Healthcare”

Morgan Meis: “Fragments on Paterson”

Jim Gavin: “Gogarty”

Elizabeth Bradfield: “Multi-Use Area”

Sean Hill: “Jail Yard”

Kirsten Andersen: “Rhode Island”

Frederick Schroeder: “Untitled, 2009”

Alan Koenig: “A Deuce and a Half”

Maria Hummel: “The Curtain”

Justin St. Germain: “Parker, AZ”

Stacey Swann: “Olympus, TX”

Dan O’Brien: “From Larchmont”

Peter Kline: “Rainbow Beach”

Joshua Rivkin: “Nocturne, Phnom Penh”

Elatia Harris: “Ensor in Ostend”

Jonathan Railey: “Terra Firma”

Cari Luna: “Adverse Possession”

Niall Griffiths: “Pendam”

William Lychack: “Less than a Dime”

L. S. McKee: “Pow’r”

Stacie Cassarino: “Postcard from Vancouver”

Timothy Don: “Found Installations”

Scott Hutchins: “$30,000”

Emily Mitchell: “Secret Nuclear Bunker”

Gabrielle Calvocoressi: “Village of Ghosts”

Andrew Altschul: “Lady Lazarus”

Nellie Bridge: “They Eat the Dead Ones

David Ker Thomson: “New Mud”

Skip Horack: “The Gulf Sturgeon Project”


  1. […] poem “Accident, Mass. Ave.” was featured on The Owls website as part of the Stamps Project. You can find Jill’s poem “Breast Like Martinis” and a recording of her reading […]

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    I am Shelly from China sells hospital curtain .
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    11)The mesh is also flame retardant and anti-bacteria;
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    1)Please kindly check and feel free to contact me ,then I will send you our stardand size and price especially with two types of hospital curtains ;
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    5)Payment:30%T/T at sight ,70% balance against copy of B/L .
    6)We also provide the OEM service for you and your customers .
    And I can provide two types of sample to you if there are some items be of interest to you .
    Please feel free to contact me if there are some items be of interesting of you .Looking forward to your reply.

    Best Regards!!!

    Shelly Zhang

    Foreign-trade Manager






  3. […] This poem is part of the Stamps projects at The Owls site, read more >> […]

  4. […] This excerpt from “The Gulf Sturgeon Project” is part of the Stamps projects, click here to read more >> […]

  5. […] “$30,000″ originally appeared on FiveChapters. This excerpt is part of the Stamps project at The Owls site. Click here to learn more >> […]

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