Martha Clarkson: Jim and His Car

Martha Clarkson manages corporate workplace design in Seattle. Her poetry, photos, and fiction can be found in monkeybicycle6, Clackamas Literary Review, Seattle Review, Portland Review, elimae, and Nimrod. She is a recipient of a Washington State Poets William Stafford prize 2005, a Pushcart Nomination, and is listed under “Notable Stories,” Best American Non-Required Reading for 2007 and 2009. She is recipient of best short story, 2012, Anderbo/Open City prize, for “Her Voices, Her Room.”

Jim and His Car

Jim and His Car

The photograph was taken with a Holga plastic camera on 120 film. Analogue photography is deliberately simple and spontaneous, most often using very simple camera and film.

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