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Poetry as a small ephemeral object

During January I’ve been experimenting with dioramas and playing with the idea of paper theatres, mixing and matching found text and characters, and wondering how I’d send these out to people – posted ephemera.

Some of them are tri-folds, with tiny words on silk thread, some are layers of background, with different characters and text.

If you’re interested in receiving one of my samples, please keep an eye on this website or sign up to my newsletter, where if I’m making things, I will post regular invites to be sent small objects as well as any call-outs and/or funding streams for poet-artists that catch my eye.

You can also follow me on twitter @Sarahjfc

Filed under: collage, Poetry

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Bio: Sarah-Jane's work is inspired by fairytales, nature, psychogeography and surrealism. She uses bricolage to explore the space between real and imagined; creating alternative narratives as small acts of resistance. Sarah-Jane's work can be seen in various journals, including Waxwing Literary Journal, Petrichor, Sugar House Review (Sugar Suites), Thrush Journal and Iron Horse Literary Review. You can find her on Twitter @Sarahjfc or on her website at

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