Dana Kroos: two images

The leaves of our latest issue are graced by gloriously colorful and layered works by artist Dana Kroos [>>]: The Shore and The Fish:

 

These images appear in SC 7.1, available in print and as an ebook right here. Do subscribe for more, and read on!

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Storm Cellar #5.2 OUT NOW

We’re delighted to announce Storm Cellar Vol. V No. 2, Fall 2016, “The Wick Offers the Wax.” Check it in: printebook.

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Contents

FICTION
Ethan Forrest Ross – Scabs
Michelle Ross – Winkelsucher
J. E. Reich – Old Country 
Jeff Ewing – Riverside
Curtis VanDonkelaar – Larry and Charlene in Three Acts 

FLASH
Jefferson Navicky – El Beardo
Brenna Womer – Two Week Guarantee
Ann Stewart McBee – Not Even Max
Max Delsohn – The Aim 

NONFICTION
Ana Arredondo – Wild Silent Drums
Matt Muilenburg – The Leadoff Men
Laura Bernstein-Machlay – Vessels 

POETRY
Lori Lamothe – Mind Fishing
Rebecca O’Bern – Little Lamb
Ari Wolff – Any Object Can Become Memorabilia
Jaime Garcia – Rubidoux
Melissa Atkinson Mercer – Please say something different
Erica Wright – American Burial Rites; American New Year
Sara Ryan – Wooly Bones
Jesse De Angelis – Poem for Earth
John Sibley Williams – As Spectator to Unenduring Things
Sarah Ann Winn – Introducing the Midwest Amazon 

IMAGES
Amy Kotthaus – Window; Above
Adam J. Gellings – Museum Maps
Christine Stoddard – Bayou Gator 8; I Dream of Elephants
David Todd McCarty – Rodeo Chico
Olivia Inwood – Spatial Transformation #8
Nicole Edine – To Life
Kristi Kohut – Velvet Agate
Jes Trejo – Shoot the Freak
W. Jack Savage – Collecting
Harry Wilson – Ileene’s Dance to the Old Year #3
Cover by Brian Michael Barbeito – A view of the fairgrounds in muted color  

PLUS
Rejected Atlantic Crossings

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If you’d like to write for SC, get in over here. Read on!

Kelsey Allen: Heartbeat

A strange attractor is the state the system tends toward for a variety of starting conditions. Somehow, however you start you end up in the same place. Fate can feel like a whirlpool in other words. Today, Kelsey Allen’s short fiction “Heartbeat“:

Kelsey Allan - Heartbeat[sample]

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This story originally appeared in SC 4.2, which is printed and ebooked at our store. Subscribe, what else can we say? Read on.

P.S. We’re seeking staff readers, especially for flash-and-fiction. Check it; then email us. 

Lisa Balvanz: Deleted Scenes

We here have always had a thing for the stories of stories, the causes of stories, the interpenetration and interdependence of stories. Unboxed from the archive today we slyly present Lisa E. Balvanz’s shutter-flashed fiction, “Deleted Scenes“:

Lisa E. Balvanz – Deleted Scenes [sample]

This short story originally appeared in Storm Cellar 2.3. Pick up a print copy & download it over here; subscribe like your life is missing something; and — read on!

Harmony Neal: Phoenix

“Swimsuit season” sounds like something Elmer Fudd cleans his shotgun for. And we have learned from an early age to climb the social ladder, haven’t we? These things are connected by the appetites. A solution comes now in SC 4.2, Harmony Neal’s surgically effective “Phoenix“:

Harmony Neal - Phoenix [sample]

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This story appears in the latest, greatest issue of Storm Cellar — purchase in print, download, or subscribe (you’ll forget you’re hungry, we promise). Read on!