Storm Cellar 9.1 arrives today!

The midsts of winter are passing and a new seasonwise year is upon us, dear Reader. Celebrate with us and the latest issue of Storm Cellar, Vol. IX No. 1, nicknamed “Fission”!

Contents

2020 FORCE MAJEURE FLASH CONTEST
1st Prize – Negesti Kaudo – The One Where My Femme Swallows You Whole
2nd Prize – Stephanie Niu – A Guide to What Lives Between Land and Sea
2nd Prize – Taylor Drake – Rumination
Honorable Mention – Noah Farberman – Grown Ass Person
Honorable Mention – Suphil Lee Park – Heartland
Honorable Mention – Rebecca Morton – I Remember Meeting You, My Son Says While Trying on Big Kid Shoes; I Pull and Pull at the Tongues, I Remember Meeting You, Too

FICTION
Abbigail N. Rosewood – Allendy Is Free
Maurice Moore – Transcript- Suga – Oral and Visual – Volumes 2 of 10
Elizabeth Kirschner – Lullaby with an Exit Sign
Xuan Nguyen – Luminous, Misting

CREATIVE NONFICTION
J.O. Haselhoef – One Week, Six Stories, Fifteen Emotions
Diana Emmons – Stop Rewind Play
Chelsey Clammer – Home Is Where the Hoard Is

FLASH
Chandra Steele – Lives of the Saints
Randy William Santiago – just You.
Tessa Yang – Ernest Tanaka Seeks God in a Variety of Places
Christopher Santantasio – Role Play

POETRY
Casey Knott – The World Wants What the World Wants
kevin latimer – love poem
Charles J. March III – Perked Up
John Barton – They Always Get Their Man
Christos Kalli – Pulitzer Prize-Winning Book Kills a Cockroach
Elspeth Jensen – Midnight Snack
Jake Bailey – Deboning Perch

IMAGES
Kelly McQuain – The World Is Never Silent
Grant Yun – Cow
Angie Mason – Nest
Alana King – under the overpass
Rachel Singel – Pennantia corymbosa (Kaikomako)
K. Johnson Bowles – Sounds from the Back of My Head

PLUS covers by David Mack, and our list of Rejected Years

Joshua Sassoon Orol: Minyan

Keep your eyes and arms around the others, Reader, and keep watch with Joshua Sassoon Orol’s “Minyan“:

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

Harry Edgar Palacio: It’s Funny What the Fuchsia Sky Can Do

A memory of summer today and this tender poem, Harry Edgar Palacio’s “It’s Funny What the Fuchsia Sky Can Do,” which appears also in his full-length collection Sutras of Tiny Jazz:

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

B.B.P. Hosmillo: I Don’t Lay Hold of People Anymore Except the Importance of Being Wrong

We’re feeling renewed after crawling out of it as the solstice nears, dear Reader, so enjoy today this poem by B.B.P. Hosmillo, “I Don’t Lay Hold of People Anymore Except the Importance of Being Wrong“:

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

Albert Lee: 拾肆個問題 (14 Problems)

The leaves are all down and the family is zipping words back and forth in the darkling air, Reader, so we share with you today Albert Lee’s [>>] exercising poem “拾肆個問題“:

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