Dec 22, 2010

Issue No. 3, Call for Submissions

Someone Stole My Heart

Guest Editor Mike Bailey-Gates

A portrait of the thief, the stranger, the lover, the one who never showed up, the one who slipped away. Remember the gaze, the chase, the flutter, the feast, the bliss, the solace, the shadow, the ache, the furnace ….the fall.

Love is a poem: a sail on the black sea, a shackle, a castaway, a message in a bottle, a reconstitution, a deep sigh, an orchestra, a simple chord. Love is driven by hunger, obscured by fears. Love is the moon in your eyes; Love is whom or what you see when your belly aches and you are lonesome once more. Love is absence and longing, love is your heart on the floor.

Expose yourself: love is human strangeness, love is sorrow, love is accidental. Show us how you pushed that someone away when you were too afraid to let yourself go; Love is all-encompassing, a feeling: a doing and undoing, a smokescreen, a flight, a weight, a forsaken, a case of the sweetest wine, a violin.

Romance us, we want magic and wonder; we want to see the one who held out their hands and presented you with their heart too, the one you always call whether you have won at the slots or just walked into a wall. The one who, when you are together, the world closes in on and only the two of you exist. Show us the one who stole your heart and held on tightly.

Issue No. 3 is your love story, the tale of you the other exposed. Show us it how it began, progressed, ended, lingers, or swells endless. Be candid, be fresh, be humbled and strange- be human, as there is no other reasonable way to talk about love: the wild horse: reckon-less, reasonless; Love is an empty hollow; Love is an ocean;


All visual submissions accepted. Deadline: February 18th, 2011


Please send 8 to 12 jpegs sized at 9 inches on the longest side at 72dpi to

Submissions must include a brief (400 word maximum) narrative, description, or biographical text as a word attachment for consideration.

Please include web address or online portfolio if possible.

All guidelines must be adhered to for review. Please be inspired.

Submissions: Please submit via email to

Complete guidelines and more Info here

Image by Sarah Small

A Presentation Featuring the Work of Descry Artists
Hosted by Chelsea Rae Klein
January 8th, 2011, 7:30pm
Undisclosed San Francisco Mission District Residence

Purchase of ticket includes a complimentary Korean and Japanese inspired California Cuisine meal by
Chef Dennis Lee of San Francisco's Namu and Cake Oh Takano.
Local wines included.

For More Info on Dennis Lee and Namu:

All proceeds will support Descry's 2011 expansions.

Tickets must be purchased by December 29th and are limited to 30 seats.

An email will be sent 48 hours prior to event to ticket holders with location and directions.

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