Cover Photo: start with the edges by Pablo Uribe
start with the edges
noticings poem week 2
Jan 14, 2020
Cover Photo: Petty Female Criminals by Thea Goodman
Petty Female Criminals
A Story of a Greenwich Village Landmark
Jan 12, 2020
Cover Photo: The Catapult Craft Club logo has a blue sparkly background with a speech bubble cut out with scissors around the words "Craft Club"
Extending the Break: A Conversation with José Olivarez
In this new monthly column, writer and Catapult instructor Jessica Wilbanks sits down with a diverse range of contemporary writers to take a close look at the craft choices they made while writing a single short story, essay, or poem.
Nov 15, 2019
Cover Photo: The Black Tax  by Michelle Spences-Lee
The Black Tax
"No Journey is too great when one finds what he seeks."
Oct 22, 2019
Cover Photo: The Catapult Craft Club logo has a blue sparkly background with a speech bubble cut out with scissors around the words "Craft Club"
What I Need You to Know: A Conversation with Frances Lefkowitz
In this new monthly column, writer and Catapult instructor Jessica Wilbanks sits down with a diverse range of contemporary writers to take a close look at the craft choices they made while writing a single short story, essay, or poem.
Oct 18, 2019
Cover Photo: not in your body by Alexandros Orphanides
not in your body
You are not located in this body
Cover Photo: Fresh Meat by Marlene Olin
Fresh Meat
A Halloween Story
Oct 11, 2019
Cover Photo: Headshot of the author. She has short blond hair, is smiling, and stands in front of tall dark green grasses
Excerpt: FLU SEASON
This novel excerpt was written by Eileen Church in Catapult's first 12-Month Novel Generator graduating class
Oct 08, 2019
Cover Photo: Headshot of the author in black and white. She has dark hair and wears dark eye makeup.
Excerpt: Pussy Burn
This novel excerpt was written by Zena Suri in Catapult's first 12-Month Novel Generator graduating class
Oct 07, 2019
Cover Photo: Black-and-white headshot of the author. She has dark eyes and dark curly hair and she is looking into the camera and smiling
Excerpt: SAYING GOODBYE
This novel excerpt was written by Diana Quiñones in Catapult's first 12-Month Novel Generator graduating class
Oct 03, 2019
Cover Photo: Headshot of the author standing on a hill above a large body of water. Her blond hair is blowing lightly in the wind and she is smiling.
Excerpt: M. AND ME
This memoir excerpt was written by Alana Woerpel in Catapult's first 12-Month Novel Generator graduating class
Oct 03, 2019
Cover Photo: Headshot of the author in front of green trees. She has long light brown hair and is smiling, showing her teeth.
Excerpt: YAX!
This novel excerpt was written by Lauren Walters in Catapult's first 12-Month Novel Generator graduating class
Oct 03, 2019
Cover Photo: This photograph shows a calm beach scene: white sand, gentle turquoise waves. On the righthand side of the picture, a group of older white folks are happily hanging out in beach chairs
Excerpt: DOROTHY AND LEONARD
This novel excerpt was written by Meghan Daniels in Catapult's first 12-Month Novel Generator graduating class
Oct 03, 2019
Cover Photo: This photograph is a picture of the author laying on a ground covered in pink chalk hearts. He is propped up on his elbows, his chin in his hands, and he's smiling
Excerpt: IS THIS JUST FANTASY?
This novel excerpt was written by P.J. Kryfko in Catapult's first 12-Month Novel Generator graduating class
Oct 03, 2019
Cover Photo: This photograph shows a farmland scene with fields of brown grass and bunches of dark trees and a blue sky with fluffy white clouds above it. The light makes it seem like evening or golden hour.
Excerpt: STAY WITH ME NOW
This novel excerpt was written by Laura Spence-Ash in Catapult's first 12-Month Novel Generator graduating class
Oct 03, 2019
Cover Photo: A black and white headshot of the author, who has dark hair and eyes and is looking upward, away from the camera, and smiling
Excerpt: untitled
This novel excerpt was written by Rebecca Flint Marx in Catapult's first 12-Month Novel Generator graduating class
Oct 03, 2019
Cover Photo: This image is an edited photograph of the Empire State Building. It stands alone against a cloudy, dramatic sky painted in pinks and oranges and yellows fading into purple and turquoise
Excerpt: I HEART NY
This novel excerpt was written by Mel Rosenthal in Catapult's first 12-Month Novel Generator graduating class
Oct 03, 2019
Cover Photo: This image is a water color painting of a small cabin nestled in between pine trees with low hills and sky and clouds in the background
Excerpt: PROBATE
This novel excerpt was written by Cully Irving in Catapult's first 12-Month Novel Generator graduating class
Oct 03, 2019
Cover Photo: Found on unsplash
"You're Doing Good"
A momentary connection between two strangers.
Sep 28, 2019
Cover Photo: Intern with Catapult in NYC! by Catapult Books
Intern with Catapult in NYC!
Apply to be a part-time publicity/marketing intern with Catapult, Counterpoint, and Soft Skull Press in New York
Sep 16, 2019
Cover Photo: author Jean Kwok
Novel Workshop with Jean Kwok: Getting from 20 Pages to a Novel
This four-day workshop will be offered as a part of Catapult and WME's Writer's Winter Break this coming January 2020
Cover Photo: author Meg Wolitzer. Photo taken by Nina Subin
Generative Fiction Workshop with Meg Wolitzer: Manuscript Triage
This four-day workshop will be offered as a part of Catapult and WME's Writer's Winter Break this coming January 2020
Cover Photo: Rice Bullies by Emily LeClair Metcalf
Rice Bullies
"Similar to the way people giving up sugar, and cutting back on calories, drink gin or vodka and tonics."
Cover Photo: Illustration by Tallulah Pomeroy for Catapult
Apply for Catapult Magazine’s Fall 2019 Editorial Fellowship!
We’re looking for a full-time, paid editorial fellow to work on our daily digital magazine.
Aug 16, 2019
Cover Photo: Photo, Hilton Waikiki, by E.L.M.
Diving Under
This is the doorway into revelation, into self healing.
Cover Photo: Sunnyfield Goat Dairy. Photo by E.L.M.
Strength
Somehow losing myself, fighting for solid ground against wells of grief and tears, forgetting my name, being caged and medicated, allowed me to find reality.
Cover Photo: 2007 Harborview, nice side. ELM
Mutant Scars
A few days after her niece was born, she had gone to the shore and gathered a small bone and a rock.
Cover Photo: Photo by Rachael Gorjestani on Unsplash
How Creativity Saved Me
My journey to create a platform to inspire people to make time for creative expression through simple, daily prompts