Cover Photo: The Cat had been Calico by Mark A. Nobles
The Cat had been Calico
Previously published in Exhuming Alexandria
Oct 25, 2020
Cover Photo: Pacific Bonsai Museum, Washington (photo by author)
On the Sixth Day
The oregano crossed the street.
Sep 21, 2020
Cover Photo: Change Is Good by Michelle Spences-Lee
Change Is Good
"The past can hurt. But the way I see it, you can either run from it or learn from it."
Sep 20, 2020
Cover Photo: A white envelope sits in the middld of a bright yellow background.
Decoding Rejection Letters from Literary Agents
Agents get rejected by editors, writers get rejected by agents, and we’re all trying to figure out “when they said [x], what did they really mean?”
Sep 15, 2020
Cover Photo: Texas by Gaya Khmoyan
Texas
You have proved me wrong. It is easy to love you.
Sep 07, 2020
My Marilyn
Marilyn Monroe, Possession and Book Culture
Sep 03, 2020
Cover Photo: ART BY RADISH TORDIA
GRAPES
One by one I let in soggy, limp-haired, neutral-toned people and for a matter of minutes I am just standing there like a royal guard or a well-trained Golden Retriever.
Aug 20, 2020
Cover Photo: BERNARD SIMUNOVIC
BABYFACE
This shit is not the spirit of anything. I swallow and it feels like there’s a potato chip stuck in my throat. Can we drop this?
Aug 20, 2020
Cover Photo: FERNANDO BOTERO
ORANGE JUICE
This mess has teeth and you’re too wide awake and alive and broke and out so he says he could do half now, half when you get paid Friday, if that works
Aug 20, 2020
Cover Photo: graphic created by Stella Cabot Wilson for Catapult
Managing Your Own Author Brand Online
This article is part of a new monthly column, "Legally Speaking." This installment discusses any legal issues you should consider when creating your own author brand online.
Jul 23, 2020
Genetically Modified
a story of a man and his mantis...
Jul 17, 2020
Artichokes
Walking in Quarantine
Jul 15, 2020
Cover Photo: It's Deeply Lonely to Pretend: A Conversation with Lynn Steger Strong by Svetlana Satchkova
It's Deeply Lonely to Pretend: A Conversation with Lynn Steger Strong
Svetlana Satchkova interviews Lynn Steger Strong about her new novel, WANT, and what it means to write and parent in the world today
Jul 07, 2020
Cover Photo: graphic created by Stella Cabot Wilson for Catapult
Avoiding Copyright Infringement
This article is part of a new monthly column, "Legally Speaking." This installment discusses how to make sure you won't get in trouble for using other people's work in your writing.
Jun 24, 2020
Cover Photo: graphic created by Stella Cabot Wilson for Catapult
The Nuts and Bolts of Self-Publishing
This article is part of a new monthly column, "Legally Speaking." This installment discusses self-publishing e-books, audio books, and print on demand copies.
May 21, 2020
Cover Photo:  You Are Not Special by Michelle Spences-Lee
You Are Not Special
"You are not special. You are not a beautiful or unique snowflake. You're the same decaying organic matter as everything else."
May 14, 2020
Cover Photo: Sun and Snow by Abad Enriquez
Sun and Snow
Getting lost and finding a slice of home in Andorra
May 02, 2020
Cover Photo: Art by Jesper Waldersten
Stockholm Syndrome
Leaving a toxic relationship - with a city.
Apr 23, 2020
Cover Photo: Cover design by Peter Mendelsund and Peter A. Anderson
#TolstoyTogether
A really good page is a page that reads as though it had always been written and it merely needed to be discovered
Apr 22, 2020
Cover Photo: graphic created by Stella Cabot Wilson for Catapult
Writing About Real People
This article is part of a new monthly column, "Legally Speaking." This installment discusses writing about real people without getting into legal trouble.
Apr 22, 2020
Cover Photo: graphic created by Stella Cabot Wilson for Catapult
The Nuts & Bolts of Contracting with an Agent
This article is part of a new monthly column, "Legally Speaking." This installment explains contracts with literary agents and what you should expect.
Mar 18, 2020
Cover Photo: Edited and used with commercial license from Flickr user, Beau Giles
Is There Anything More Americana Than a PB&J?
Easy, cheap, and it doesn't talk... for better or worse.
Feb 19, 2020