Cover Photo: Tallulah Pomeroy
Launched This Week: April 24th-28th
A roundup of stories from our week together at Catapult.
Apr 28, 2017
Cover Photo: The Old Man and the Room by Najib Anwar
The Old Man and the Room
He was literally a polymath. A book and a packet of cigarettes were all that he wanted.
Apr 28, 2017
Cover Photo: A Viking’s Guide To Good Hosting by CJ Eggett
A Viking’s Guide To Good Hosting
Writing: not as bad as genocide.
Apr 27, 2017
Cover Photo: David, Enough with the Dancing by Kristen Holt Browning
David, Enough with the Dancing
Or, what happens to the woman who loves a king loved by God?
Cover Photo: Hard at work.
Wednesday Links!
Freshly rounded up just for you.
Apr 26, 2017
Cover Photo: Michel Temer cuts into some high-quality beef.
Gut Check
Pleased to meat you.
Apr 26, 2017
Cover Photo: Fist Search by CJ Eggett
Fist Search
On finding the smut again.
Apr 25, 2017
Cover Photo: Happy Pub Day to GUESSWORK by Catapult Books
Happy Pub Day to GUESSWORK
Meet the memoir that Kirkus deemed “subtle, artful, and piercing.”
Apr 25, 2017
Cover Photo: Denise Krebs/flickr
A Monday Morning Link Roundup
(Mostly) stuff I read over the weekend, as well as a few things I read before the weekend.
Apr 24, 2017
Cover Photo: Catapult Staff Reads by Allie Wuest
Catapult Staff Reads
From the very crowded nightstands of the Catapult team.
Apr 24, 2017
Cover Photo: Some Thing Are/n’t by CJ Eggett
Some Thing Are/n’t
A really well trodden second hand bookshop should probably only contain the worst books — between replenishings donated through death and the shame of illiterate children.
Apr 24, 2017
Grenley-Week1 Homework
More enticing than Fifty Shades of Grey
Apr 21, 2017
Cover Photo: Premonitions by Briana G.
Premonitions
I sank to the floor, gripping the edge of the toilet with my good arm until I felt the nausea subside.
Apr 20, 2017
Cover Photo: Perception by Mireille Wells
Perception
He had stepped back, and then forward, squinting carefully to discern different brushstrokes. By changing his perspective, he hoped to find the trick that revealed each piece’s significance. The inhumanly smooth paint told him nothing.
Apr 20, 2017
Cover Photo: Some seashells that Nicole's actual children collected last weekend
A Midweek Link Roundup
Also known as “All of Nicole’s Open Tabs, Plus Many of Her Opinions.”
Apr 19, 2017
Cover Photo: The Tracks by Cere Demuth
The Tracks
A musing on desire
Apr 19, 2017
Cover Photo: © 2017 Ava Jarvis
Fungibility Is A Broken Concept
Fungibility is a much-lauded quality for an ideal employee, but is that due to flexibility or to replaceability?
Apr 15, 2017
Cover Photo: "My Insufferable Nemesis" by Rob Burton
"My Insufferable Nemesis"
In London's Highgate Cemetery, a restless spirit guides the reader to a well-visited corner where a troubling secret is revealed
Apr 14, 2017
Cover Photo: detail of illustration by Tallulah Pomeroy
Launched This Week: April 10th-13th
A roundup of stories from our week together at Catapult.
Apr 13, 2017
A Death March to Fulfillment
Their comfortable, dispassionate partnership soothed their aching feet and cushioned their joints, ailments that had become emotional side effects of success and that death march to fulfillment.
Apr 12, 2017
Cover Photo: “Every story is a ghost story”: An Interview with Max Winter, Author of EXES by Catapult Books
“Every story is a ghost story”: An Interview with Max Winter, Author of EXES
“Human time is neither straight nor shapeless; it is instead like coral: whorled, fragile, and, in the end, ordered. And made out of skeletons.”
Apr 12, 2017
Cover Photo: From Fame to Success by Rissa Sison
From Fame to Success
I am never going to be a famous writer, so what's the point?
Apr 10, 2017
Cover Photo: Catapult Staff Reads by Allie Wuest
Catapult Staff Reads
Novels, TinyLetters, poetry collections, and a funk-soul musical group.
Apr 10, 2017
Cover Photo: Tallulah Pomeroy
Launched This Week: April 3rd-7th
A roundup of stories from our week together at Catapult.
Apr 07, 2017
Cover Photo: Who killed Laura Palmer? by Hannah Lamb-Vines
Who killed Laura Palmer?
A Rhetorical Pentadic Analysis of 'Twin Peaks' Episode 209, "Arbitrary Law"
Apr 03, 2017
Cover Photo: Sarah Mirk | Photo by Adam Murray
TinyLetter of the Month: Sarah Mirk, “From Silence to Pride”
“Drawing is the way I process the world, the way I tell stories and figure out what I’m feeling.”
Apr 03, 2017
Paper Cups
A Dystopian Tale in Long Island
Mar 31, 2017
Cover Photo: Tallulah Pomeroy
Launched This Week: March 27th-31st
A roundup of stories from our week together at Catapult.
Mar 31, 2017