It’s that time again folks… Time for the Armchair/Shotgun Old-Timey Radio Hour! Tune in on Saturday, May 18th for hijinks galore!

On Saturday, May 18th, in conjunction with Lit Crawl NYC,  Armchair/Shotgun  authors Dolan Morgan, Zachary White, Alanna Bailey, and J.E. Reich, will perform a radio drama… Live! On Stage! With Sound Effects and Everything! at 7:15PM sharp at 61 Local. Last year we brought you the daredevil antics of Flash Gordon, and this year? Well, … Continue reading

Bookslut Interviews Managing Editor Evan Simko-Bednarski About Founding a Literary Magazine, Violence in Art, and What Exactly is in a Name

Bookslut recently featured a three-part interview with Armchair/Shotgun, and they were kind enough to let us reprint it in full here. We hope you enjoy it! (Photo courtesy of Bookslut) *** Happy new year, Bookslut readers! To launch a literate 2013, we’re pleased to share an exclusive FB page interview with you. Bookslut regular contributor … Continue reading

A Very A/S Holiday

The Holidays are upon us, and what better way to spread some cheer than with an Armchair/Shotgun T-Shirt or Tote Bag? These totes and tees make great gifts. Your loved ones will open the package and pause a moment before a genuine smile spreads across their features. “Oh!” they’ll say. “Hey! This is awesome. Thank you [insert … Continue reading

Women’s Work: How We Published an All-Woman Issue Without Planning It

Issue 3 cover - fiction & poetry authors

Hi newcomers! We’ve been getting a bit of traffic today after The Millions mentioned on Twitter that all the stories and poems in our latest issue are by women*. Though the all-female-writers issue was a complete surprise to us, we’re pretty delighted about it and thought we should tell you a little bit about how … Continue reading

Issue 3 Launch: Relive the Magic

Our authors are fantastic. All of them: past, present, and, we are sure—future. But allow us to backtrack a moment. Writing, as we are, in the midst of book festival-tivities, it is hard to believe that Sunday was just three days ago. Even more so, it’s hard to believe that this past Sunday evening saw … Continue reading