It’s the last moment, we see, for a quick escape (this was prepared in advance even while we think on our feet) — we take all our advice with Ann Marie Gamble’s [>>] “A Shot of B“:
This story appears in Storm Cellar #7.1, nicknamed “Back Fire,” available in delicious print and ebook editions in our store. Read on!
Today’s share is a humble street-food cart of wholesome goodness and community theater, Dear Reader. This one’s all about mutual care. Okay, it might have a rabbit punch to spare once in a while. But still, admire it, Reader, Katherine Ann Davis’s [>>] “The Hero and the Hot Dog Vendor”:
This story appears in Storm Cellar #8.2, nicknamed “Sisal,” available in delicious print and ebook editions in our store. Read on!
We got your knickknacks and your gollybodramps at our estate sale, Dear Reader, but most specially we’ve got Charlie Watts’s heirloom-quality “Mrs. Pomeroy’s Table“:
This story originally appeared in Storm Cellar 6.3, available in our store. Read on!
Today’s share we nominated for a Pushcart in 2018, carefully burnishing Jennifer Hu’s “Ornament of the Ambulance“:
This poem originally appeared in SC 6.3, available in print and download formats at our store; to receive more like this via handy (e)mail, subscribe … and read on.
We’re delighted to be sharing today this queer poetry for those whose relationships to white daddies are fraught: Julian Mithra’s [>>] “White Daddy.”
This poem originally appeared in SC 6.1, available as an ebook right here. Do subscribe for more hot snaps delivered to you. Read on!