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!
The school year is already bursting beyond its seams, it seems, its scenes seemingly itsy-bitsy screams itching to be seen. And lo: Brian Phillip Whalen’s [>>] teaching yearn, “The Mother Cup.”
This short story originally appeared in SC 6.2, available in print and ebook formats. Read on!
Oh wow oh wow, Dear Reader, the new issue of Storm Cellar is here at last! Check it:
Carly Gomez – Everything That Fits in a Tote
Genevieve Mills – A Guide to Guarding the Princess
Vinitia Swonger – #1, I Limit Myself
Nichole Rued – A Smart Girl’s Guide to Boys (A Found Essay)
Kathleen Hull – The Methods
Daniel Uncapher – Logic Puzzles
Annie Woods – Amazon Review of Bioré Deep Cleansing Pore Strips (14 Count)
Sionnain Buckley – Our Eggs
Brooke Larson – Written Concern, Word Lantern
Dionne Custer Edwards – Elegant Spot
Amy M. Alvarez – Sometimes
S.A. Leger – Blemishes on a Mouse Carcass
Faiz Ahmad – The Apartment
Nadia López García translated by Anthony Seidman – Ntuchinuu [Eyes]
Jacob Rivers – They told him that he was either going to jail or going to die of an overdose
Betsy Johnson – up to wonders
Esteban Rodríguez – Cupio dissolvi
Sara Karim – Revival
Lucas Shepherd – Outside the Student Center on Campus I Noticed a Veteran
Guilherme Bergamini – Old Havana
Alexander Chubar – Unity
Bex Saunders – That Sinking Feeling
Roger Camp – Red and White Umbrella, Yerevan, Armenia
Kristen Kurlich – What Can Be Done
KJ Hannah Greenberg – Been There Done That
Covers by Morgan Stephenson – “I didn’t cry at your funeral.”, Coffee and Cigarettes, “Always dress in your Sunday best.”, Pretty Façade
The best for last, Dear Reader, this story, it’s something maybe on your mind this month, Kate Myles’s “Vacation Land“:
This short story originally appeared in SC 6.1, available as an ebook right here. Do subscribe for more, and read on!
The 2019 Force Majeure Flash Contest, with $500 in prizes, is open now. Check it out!
Dear Reader, today we have a share that has seen you from the outside and perhaps other ways as well. Here’s Rosanna Staffa’s “Pink Cadillac“:
This flash originally appeared in SC 6.1, available as an ebook right here. Do subscribe for more revisionary gazes delivered to you. Read on!