Peter Krumbach: Home Invasion

We’re back on the ball, we’ve got our big-girl pants on, readers, and here is a gritty detective story for you to savor this Monday morning, Peter Krumbach’s “Home Invasion“:

This story originally appeared in SC 7.1, available in print and ebook formats. Read on!

Issue 7.2 Is Out Now!

After a great deal of sisyphean pushing on our part, O Reader, it’s here it’s finally here! ANNOUNCING:

Storm Cellar Vol. VII No. 2, Winter 2019, nicknamed “Strong Water” → click for the delicious print and ebook editions.

Contents

FICTION
Benny Brown – Ad Space
Matthew Sterner-Neely – Two and a Half Americans in a Tower
A.L. Rowser – The Rope

NONFICTION
Maame Blue – Calling
Amy Stonestrom – High Latitude

POETRY
Dorothy Chan – A-List Celebrities and Chinese Immigrant Families
Rainie Oet – The Ride That Loops Infinitely / Tall Bed Above Water
Albert Lee – 歌個個問題  [14 Problems]
B.B.P. Hosmillo – I Don’t Lay Hold of People Anymore Except the Importance of Being Wrong
Harry Edgar Palacio – It’s Funny What the Fuchsia Sky Can Do
Joshua Sassoon Orol – Minyan
Jenny Mueller – To Read Ashberry; from Postcards
Clare Louise Harmon – First-Hand Accounts of the Performance of Western Art Music
Jasmyn DiMeglio – How I Learned to Be Gay Here
Natalia Prusinska – StrangeDry Orgasm
Kelly Fordon – White Women Flinging Cans of Paint at the Wall
Suzanne Cody – Adultish (Yes)

FLASH
Susanna Space – Absence No. 4
Tamara L. Panici – Autumn Epiphany
Sheree Winslow – Postcards from My Future Self: Hurricane Mills, Tennessee
R.L. Aseret – Brother, Eye, Hospital
Elaine Terranova – Peace
Matthew Woodman – Decolonization
Regina Ernst – Vuelta

IMAGES
Allison Janicki – Dreamscape
Bette Ridgeway – Crysalis II
Matt Prater – Flyover
Alex Wells Shapiro – Pocketing
Zoya Kruse-Wu – The Hydra [front cover]
chello firefly sherman – demfolk [back cover]

PLUS
Rejected Events I Must Now Accept Happened While I Was Employed by an Ivy League Institution

Tracy Ann Johnson: Neighbors on the Corner

Oh Reader we are sharing this flash today in all its eyeballing glory, Tracy Ann Johnson’s “Neighbors on the Corner“:

This flash was an honorable mention in our 2018 Force Majeure Flash Contest, and appeared in SC 7.1, available in print and as an ebook right here. Do subscribe for more, and read on!

Francine Witte: When Tom walks in

Reader, it is a fine time to take stock of the situation and see it afresh, with Francine Witte’s “When Tom walks in“:

This flash was an honorable mention in our 2018 Force Majeure Flash Contest, and appeared in SC 7.1, available in print and as an ebook right here. Do subscribe for more, and read on!

Junzimeizhi: The Novelist

It’s na no wri mo, Reader, and for you we have a delightful portrait by Junzimeizhi, The Novelist:

This image appears in in SC 7.1, available in print and as an ebook right here. Do subscribe for more, and read on!