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Project Page: Micrograffiti

01/09/2010

The Micrograffiti project on The Owls site combines photographs from Ben Walters’ graffiti tunnel series, some of which have already appeared on this site, along with brand new microfiction from different authors. I asked the authors to choose a photo and then write a story, 200 words or less, inspired by the photo—like graffiti on the graffiti. New stories will appear every Wednesday.

Greg Koehler wrote “RIP The Foundry”

Amelia Gray wrote “*”

Matthew Stuart wrote “TYPE”

Giuseppe Taurino wrote “Daddy”

Mark Sutz wrote “Guts”

Stacy Muszynski wrote “Ripple Effect”

Jeff O’Keefe wrote “Breaks”

Jill Meyers wrote “Yurt-erus”

Moira Muldoon wrote “Time of Death 8:32pm”

Stephanie Austin wrote “One Green, One Blue”

Michael Wolfe wrote “What This Is”

Stephanie Czarnota wrote “Me”

Michael Noll wrote “Ben Franklin”

John W. Evans wrote “Blue Grate”

Stephany Anne Golberg wrote “we live to learn now to love”

Sean Hill wrote “we Live to Learn how to Love”

Karolina Waclawiak wrote “Couching”

Peter Kline wrote “Paint My Van”

Ann Claycomb wrote “Boys”

Benjamin Beckett wrote “They two”

Shams Pirani wrote “It’s the first person you fell in love with”

Alex Colburn wrote “Morning Song”

Nina McConigley wrote “The Things They Sold”

César Díaz wrote “Persistence of Vision”

Rob Ehle wrote “The Ensorcellment”

Carmen Edington wrote “The Children’s Book”

Kelly Luce wrote “Scenario Number One In Which Julia Kowalski Grows A Tail”

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4 comments

  1. […] Owls « Project Page: Micrograffiti Micrograffiti: RIP The Foundry by Greg Koehler 01/09/2010 RIP The Foundry by Greg […]


  2. […] Micrograffiti is a project edited by Stacey Swann. The writers were asked to respond with fiction to Ben Walters’ photographs of the South London graffiti tunnel. Click here to read more >> […]


  3. […] Micrograffiti is a project edited by Stacey Swann. The writers were asked to respond with fiction to Ben Walters’ photographs of the South London graffiti tunnel. Click here to read more >> […]


  4. […] Information about the Micrograffiti project […]



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