The CCLaP Weekender for May 29th is here!
It's Friday, which means it's time for the newest issue of the Pushcart-Prize-nominated CCLaP Weekender! This week's issue features a new original piece of fiction by Matt Rowan; a photography feature by Emily Esperanza; and a look at the next seven days of literary events happening all across the city. Posted on by Jason Pettus 
The CCLaP Weekender for May 22nd is here!
It's Friday, which means it's time for the newest issue of the Pushcart-Prize-nominated CCLaP Weekender! This week's issue features a new original piece of fiction by Tony Lindsay; a photography feature by Greg Reigh; and a look at the next seven days of literary events happening all across the city. Posted on by Jason Pettus 
Book Review: “God Help the Child” by Toni Morrison
(CCLaP is dedicated to reviewing as many contemporary books as possible, including self-published volumes; click here to learn how to submit your own book for possible review, although be warned that it needs to have been published within the last 12 months to be considered. For the complete list of all books reviewed here, as […] Posted on by orianaleckert 
Say hello to CCLaP’s newest book, Joseph G. Peterson’s “Twilight of the Idiots!”
It's the middle of the month, which means it's time for another new original book from CCLaP! This month we're extremely proud to announce the release of the story collection "Twilight of the Idiots" by local author Joseph G. Peterson, the second of two books we're publishing this year based on short stories that originally ran in our weekly electronic magazine. Click through for all the details and to order a copy right this moment! Posted on by Jason Pettus 
The CCLaP Weekender for May 15th is here!
It's Friday, which means it's time for the newest issue of the Pushcart-Prize-nominated CCLaP Weekender! This week's issue features a new original piece of fiction by Joseph G. Peterson; a photography feature by Melissa Jean Birckhead; and a look at the next seven days of literary events happening all across the city. Posted on by Jason Pettus 
Book Review: “Gutshot” by Amelia Gray
Today at CCLaP, Chris Schahfer reviews Amelia Gray's "Gutshot," a collection of surreal and darkly comedic stories. Says Chris, "Gray's characters may be stuck in unlikely situations, but those situations still have a real impact on them, and she knows how to make you feel that impact." Posted on by orianaleckert 
The CCLaP Weekender for May 8th is here!
It's Friday, which means it's time for the newest issue of the Pushcart-Prize-nominated CCLaP Weekender! This week's issue features a new original piece of fiction by Oliver Zarandi; a photography feature by Heather Killion; and a look at the next seven days of literary events happening all across the city. Posted on by Jason Pettus