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Awesome new literary journal (with me in) – CEllA’S Round Trip

Today sees the launch of a fantastic new literary and visionary journal.  CEllA’S Round Trip has been created and edited by Rachel Hartley-Smith. Please check it out, I know that you’ll be blown away by the visuals and the writing.

It includes two stories by me. Hurrah! 
Fire Words and Steak and Beer – (Steak and Beer is my attempt at a Bukowski pastiche!)
It is a real delight to be in such a stunning journal. 

10 responses »

  1. It is a STUNNING journal, I love how it’s done, and your stories are wonderful. Bleak, sad, twisting inside, short, sharp. Congratulations. And congrats and welcome to Cella’s Round Trip, a worthy new addition to the scene.T

  2. Congratulations. Poor lovely Cora.And the journal looks great too!

  3. Tania – thank you for your lovely comments about my stories. And yes, isn’t it a gorgeous journal? I know that much care and love has been put into it, and think that it shows.bob – thank you kindly. And yes, poor Cora!

  4. Well done to you indeed, and to the people who put the magazine together.

  5. Thanks pierre. I think it looks so fresh and colourful and glorious.

  6. congratulations, Lovely Sara. you have got it going on…

  7. Squee indeed… isnt it lovely, this new mag!

  8. Good work Sara, I love Steak and Beer, especially the line about imagining her boss up against her in the stock cupboard followed by “I tell them I’m a poet.”Brilliant.

  9. Ah, shucks, Sara – Thanks for the links and the freedom to witness the lovely comments. 🙂 It was a whole lot of work, but, for writers like you, I was privileged.


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