ARMCHAIR/SHOTGUN‘s reach continues to expand, so check back here often for more ways to get your hands (and your friends’ hands) on literature’s strangest named journal. Presently, you can get A/S at friendly local bookstores across the United States, or you can purchase individual issues through this friendly blog. Please allow 7-10 days for delivery.
NOTE: Local bookstores are very important to us, and the communities they build are critical to the art of literature. Please look below to see if A/S is available at a bookstore near you before ordering. And you’ll save $2 on shipping!
Featuring the Fiction of Aaron Stern, Ryan Crawford, Steven T. Gibbon and Michelle Cheever, the Poetry of Alanna Bailey, Maribeth Theroux, Roy Bentley, Tara Moyle, Stuart Moore and Adriana Cloud, the Art of Jen Plaskowitz and Frank Lentini, and an interview with Jami Attenberg.
Featuring the Fiction of Debbie Ann Ice, Sarah Goffman, Diana Clarke and J.E. Reich, the Poetry of Allison Campbell, Alanna Bailey, Danielle Lapidoth, Elliot batTzedek, Inge Hoonte, Liana Jahan Imam and Genevieve Burger-Weiser, the Art of Steve Chellis and Andrew Wertz, and an interview with Reif Larsen.
“Many of the pieces illustrate grassroots story-telling at its very best – with three contributors making their début bow – and there is a freshness and a spice to this collection that brings to mind the originality of the Beat generation.”
–Sabotage Reviews on Issue No. 2
Featuring the Fiction of Jackson Culpepper, Zachary White, Sarah Kate Levy, Marvin Shackelford and Kevin Brown, the Poetry of Brian Morrison, Kimberly Grey, Alanna Bailey, Alicia Dreilinger, Matthew Montesano and Cecilia Galarraga, and the Art of Sono Osato and Corey Schubert, with a profile of author Jesse Ball by Kevin Dugan.
Featuring the Fiction of Nate House, Travis Kurowski, Dolan Morgan, Clare Needham and Buzz Poole, the Poetry of Alicia Dreilinger, Howard Good, Christine Jordan, Lauren Kirchner, Laura McMillan, Robin Mookerjee, Tom Oristaglio, Rachel Shopper and Kate Weinberg, the Art of Adina Bricklin, Steel Stillman and Ernest Williamson III, and an interview with award-winning author Jonathan Lethem.
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Greenlight Book Store
686 Fulton Street, Brooklyn NY
163 Court Street, Brooklyn NY
126 Franklin Street, Brooklyn NY
Spoonbill & Sugartown Booksellers
218 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn NY
536 West 112th Street, New York NY
McNally Jackson Books
52 Prince Street, New York NY
76 Front Street, Brooklyn NY
279 Harvard Street
1854 W. North Ave
720 Ninth Street
Quail Ridge Books
3522 Wade Avenue
4418 Park Avenue
Two Sisters Bookery
318 Nutt Street
The Cotton Exchange
752 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd
Chapel Hill, NC
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