Lynda Sexson: Wrecking Ball

A short story we’re trying to figure out, funny as that is, it’s Lynda Sexson’s “Wrecking Ball.”

Lynda Sexson - Wrecking Ball [sample]

“Wrecking Ball” originally appeared in Storm Cellar 2.3. Get it, or the latest issues, from our store; or get rad and subscribe. Read on!


Autumn Jackson: Mis-Delivery

At this packaged and boxy time of the year, let’s cut the tape and peer inside this fiction from Storm Cellar 3.1, Autumn Jackson’s heartsomething tale of “Mis-Delivery.”

Autumn Jackson - Mis-Delivery [sample]

This story and others appear in SC 3.1. The latest issue, SC 4.1, is available as a lovely saddle-stitched journal, and as an ebook (perfect for last-minute literary gift-giving) — or both at a discount. Subscribers are bestful! That might even be a real word!

Read on…


Amanda Tumminaro: Disability

No holding back. Here’s Amanda Tumminaro’s “Disability.”

Amanda Tumminaro - Disability [sample]

This poem originally appeared in Storm Cellar 3.2. Purchase or download a copy from our store; or better yet: subscribe. Read on!


Oh Look, a Push Cart

This year we had some hard decisions to make — Pushcart Prize nominations are tough, because we love what we publish here at Storm Cellar. In no particular order:

Holy chocolate sauce these are amazing, sign me up for more, you might be saying. Sweet: go here to subscribe, or purchase & download issues direct from our store. Read on!


Scott Weaver: The Power Goes Out After the Blizzard of 1981

A poem for we who are a little desolate even with those loved around, as one might be at this festive season of the year — Scott Weaver’s “The Power Goes Out After the Blizzard of 1981.”

Scott Weaver - The Power Goes Out After the Blizzard of 1981 [sample]

This poem originally appeared in Storm Cellar 2.3. Be of good cheer and get yourself a full issue! We’ll gift wrap a subscription, too. Read on!


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