Storm Cellar #9.2 out now!

Arrives today, Storm Cellar vol. IX no. 2, summer 2021, nicknamed “Fusion,” full of amazing writing and art for your gustation! Available in print and ebook formats. Click links for PDF samples, [>>] to author site.

Contents:

FICTION
Lisa Slage Robinson • Devil’s Hole Road 
Deva Eveland • To Display Our Infirmities on the Steps of the Temple
Jennifer Love • Lighthead
Sarah Arantza Amador • The Unfortunate Murder of the Infante
Jihoon Park • The Grandfather Museum 

FLASH
Jackie Yang • Media Vita
Austin Treat • The Health Inspectors
Karol Lagodzki • Martial Law Fact Sheet: Poland 1981–1983
Grace Q. Song • Self-Care for Kittiwakes 

NONFICTION
Valerie Witte • Ordinary Movements: Erasing the Boundary Between Performance and Reality

POETRY
Brianna Cunliffe • studio, bulb flickering, June
Beth Brown Preston • Blind Love
Mel Sherrer • Corn Silk
Anthony Aguero • Today I Offer Something Tender
Kelsey Day • duke energy: a pipeline protest poem
Berico Henry • My Many Lovely Katies
María Teresa Andruetto translated by Laura Chalar • Muchacha de Ucrania/2003 [Ukrainian Girl/ 2003] 
Sam Lane • Smoke in WA, September 2020 
Gwen Hart • Your Anxiety’s Middle Name Is “The Hard Way”
Sophia Liu • O Cousin, I Meet You 

IMAGES
Darren M. Edwards • Rebirth
K.R. Segriff • Moth, Eaten
Lauren Paredes • Acts of Nonviolence No. 1
Natascha Graham • A Walk in December
Sydney Yount [>>] • Meal Tray Series #3 & #14 

PLUS
Cover by Dawei Wang [>>]
Rejected: First Novel Titles 

Kelly Fordon: White Women Flinging Cans of Paint at the Wall

Let’s be admissive, shall we? Let’s acknowledge and slide sideways out of cowardice, with Kelly Fordon’s [>>] “White Women Flinging Cans of Paint at the Wall“:

This poem first appeared in SC 7.2, available in our shop as an ebookRead on!

Natalia Prusinska: two poems

We’re flashing rare today, Reader, so here are two poems starting and stopping at exactly the right moments, Natalia Prusinska’s “Strange” and “Dry Orgasm”:

This poem first appeared in SC 7.2, available in our shop as an ebookRead on!

Jasmyn DiMeglio: How I Learned to Be Gay Here

It’s your place, Reader, to find how your place is yours, how you are of and in this place for as long as you are of and in it, so take heart in Jasmyn DiMeglio’s “How I Learned to Be Gay Here“:

This poem first appeared in SC 7.2, available in our shop as an ebookRead on!

Suzanne Cody: Adultish (Yes)

Make your choices, Reader, choose to read this poem by Suzanne Cody, who sees you from the future side in “Adultish (Yes)“:

This poem first appeared in SC 7.2, available in our shop as an ebookRead on!