Issue #7.1 Out Now

The new new issue of Storm Cellar is “Back Fire” — a fire used to fight another fire by stealing its food — out now! Check it over here. Vol. VII no. 1 has hot baths, falling lizards, crossed lines, apples, immigrants, secrets, blackouts, needles to the neck, and a lot of offspring. Plus the winners of Continue reading “Issue #7.1 Out Now”

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Jenny Torres Sanchez: Maybe All Three

We’re happy to share a quick essay today, about place, and face, and memory, and the future of memory: Jenny Torres Sanchez’s [>>] “Maybe All Three.”

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New Issue Out Now!

Hurrah, hurray! Storm Cellar 6.3 is out today, and it’s lovely! Here for your fist grabs and power bumps is our document of false and true starts, additions, blessings, explosions, and foretellings, nicknamed “Increment and Save.” Get yours in print here or download!

Sharon Sayegh - Everything That's Magic Happens Here

Contents

FICTION
Katharine Coldiron, McKenzie Schwark, Charlie Watts,
FLASH
Meher Ali, Kat Gonso, Kimberly Priest, Anne Riesenberg,
NONFICTION
Jesica Carson Davis, Kelly DuMar, Jenny Torres Sanchez,
POETRY
Claire Castaneda, Marilyn Cavicchia, Tyler Clark, Knar Gavin, Jennifer Hu, Rose Knapp, Don Mager, William Stratton,
IMAGES
Geoffrey Ellis Aronson, Martha Clarkson, Diane Din Ebongue, Gail Goepfert, Josh Huitz, Jury S. Judge, Jade McDougall, Yanuary Navarro, Laura Page, with covers by Sharon Sayegh and Ana Prundaru
PLUS
Covers by Sharon Sayegh [verso] and Ana Prundaru [recto] and Rejected Business Plans

Ana Prundaru - Green Ambition

Harry Leeds: Survival Guide to the Trans-Siberian Railroad

This week’s share takes us further and further [sic] afield, but carefully and with affection; it’s Harry Leeds’ “Survival Guide to the Trans-Siberian Railroad“:

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José Angel Araguz: Excerpts from A Personal History of Want

Today’s share is a doozy — excerpts from José Araguz’s A Personal History of Want:

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