Wall tapestry from 1926, by Gunta Stölzl
Jack Strange, ‘Keep Going, Keep Growing, Keep Cutting, Keep Swimming’ (2009)
Framed artist’s nail clippings on paper.
In 1961, this submission letter — written by an aspiring 14-year-old author named Stephen King — arrived at the offices of Spacemen Magazine accompanied by a copy of “The Killer,” the short story in question. Unfortunately for Stephen the magazine’s editor, Forrest Ackerman, didn’t deem the tale worthy of inclusion at that point.