Until May 1, 2018 (postmark date), we are accepting postal submissions from incarcerated people. We believe that incarcerated people are people. This call is open as to form and content. This call is to an extent an experiment to gauge interest. SASE/postage-paid postcard must be included for response; we anticipate a turnaround of six weeks. Include an artist bio of no more than 50 words; include a mailing address for print copy delivery if different from your return address. See our submission page for mailing address and guidelines for writers: stormcellarquarterly.com/submit .
Sea Sharp Wins Pushcart
We joyfully announce: Storm Cellar author Sea Sharp‘s “The Tallgrass Shuffles” (SC 4.2) has been selected for inclusion in The Pushcart Prize: Best of the Small Presses XLI (2017)! Our gratitude to the editors of the collection and Bill Henderson, the publisher. Our greatest gratitude to Sea for choosing to share their work with us all.
Pushcart Nominees 2015
Dear Readers, about this time each year the Pushcart nomination season offers an opportunity to honor a few of our authors. These choices are tough, as we love all the work we publish, and everyone on the team helped out. For the Pushcart Prizes XLI we nominate:
- Emily Cornell du Houx – “Sinkhole Tourism” (short fiction, #4.3)
- Harmony Neal – “Phoenix” (short fiction, #4.2)
- Caleb Tankersley – “We Have a City” (flash, #4.3)
- Christine Bettis – “Lots” (poetry, #4.3)
- Sea Sharp – “The Tall Grass Shuffles” (poetry, #4.2)
- Jen Coleman – “Dreaming Your Silence as a Postal Service Error, 2005” (poetry, #4.3)
Check out issues 4.3 and 4.2, and get your copies here. We’d be falling down on the job if we didn’t mention you can subscribe (& order gift subscriptions) thisaway. Also and too, share your work. Read on!
Storm Cellar Vol. IV No. 3 – OUT NOW!
Oh Reader, it’s that special day, the publication of our latest issue, #4.3, “Sightlines.”
Check It: Bookfair #AWP15
Storm Cellar folks and stuff at Table 1025, right in the middle of things, thanks to the kindness of The Laurel Review.
See you there!