Sunday Stories

In 2010, Vol.1 launched our Sunday Story Series, a weekly series of fiction and nonfiction from some of our favorite writers.

If you would like to submit a story, please visit our submission form.

The series so far:

Jesús Ángel García, “Peace, Love & Understanding at First Church of The Church Before Church” | April 18, 2010

Emily Meg Weinstein, “Lake Celeste or The Joy of Sex | April 25, 2010

Aaron Lake Hartman, “La Jolla Babylon (Part One)” | May 23, 2010

Justin Maurer, “Insanity & the Russian Doll Conundrum” | November 28, 2010

Jonny Diamond, “Standing on a Beach Canada Day, 1992” | December 5, 2010

Deenah Vollmer, “The Divorce Party” | December 12, 2010

Matthue Roth, “Meet the Parents” | December 19, 2010

Mel Bosworth, “I Found” | January 9, 2011

Jade Wilkison, “Ikebana” | January 16, 2011

Deenah Vollmer, “Every Day” | January 23, 2011

Tobias Carroll, “Revolution Come and Gone” | January 30, 2011

Mairead Case, “Summertime” | February 6, 2011

Jeanpaul Férro, “The Dead River” | February 13, 2011

Jon Reiss, “Chocolate Milk” | February 20, 2011

Shelagh Power-Chopra, “Coma” | February 27, 2011

Chris Leo, “We Must Move Forward to Regress” | March 6, 2011

Katarina Hybenova, “Artichoke Tattoo” | March 13, 2011

Daniel Morris, “Beaches” | March 20, 2011

Jason Diamond, “We Aren’t Who They Thought We Were” | March 27, 2011

Howard Wasserman, “The First Time” | April 3, 2011

Stas Holodnak, “Riverbeyond” | April 10, 2011

Leo Lichy, “Wooing” | April 17, 2011

Edward Mullany, “Greenpoint” | April 24, 2011

Sean H. Doyle, “The Huffer” | May 1, 2011

Sean Ulman, “Visiting Pluto” | May 8, 2011

Melissa Ann Chadburn, “The Brother” | May 15, 2011

Caitlin Conran, “Costa Rica” | May 22, 2011

Robert Tumas, “On the Way to Forever 21 for a Faux Fur Coat (Reminiscent of Margo Tenenbaum’s)” | June 5, 2011

Andy Folk, “Why Should I Care About the Woods?” | June 12, 2011

Phillip Garland, “The Stewardess” | June 19, 2011

Chloe Caldwell, “Berlin: Strange Like the Music of The Doors” | June 26, 2011

Josh Spilker, “atlanta midtown samba station (excerpt)” | July 10, 2011

Eric Nelson, “A Drink Among Friends” | July 17, 2011

Brian Mihok, “A Country of Warehouses” | July 24, 2011

Bryant Musgrove, “Everyone You Know Is Gone” | July 31, 2011

J.E. Reich, “I Will Be There But I Will Not” | August 7, 2011

Michael Ragolia, “A Plan: Barring All Planning” | August 14, 2011

Charlotte Sorock, “Dope Alley” | August 21, 2011

Samuel Cooper, “Divus Iulius” | August 28, 2011

Raymond Philip Asaph, “Teak Week in the Hamptons” | September 11, 2011

Alison Hess, “Some Kind of a Life” | September 18, 2011

Courtney Maum, “Implementation” | September 25, 2011

Snowden Wright, “Little Pink Dancing Shoes” | October 2, 2011

Masha Rumer, “The Dinner Party” | October 9, 2011

Stas Holodnak, “A Day Trip With My Mother” | October 16, 2011

Rhys Leyshon Evans, “Girls With Plastic Names” | October 23, 2011

Tobias Carroll, “The Clutch” | October 30, 2011

Justin Maurer, “The Actress” | November 6, 2011

Steve Gronert Ellerhoff, “Ex-President Fenk” | November 13, 2011

Margarita Korol, “Baby Girl” | November 20, 2011

Dolan Morgan, “There Are Places in New York City That Do Not Exist” | January 8, 2012

Logan K. Young, “Ben & Me” | January 15, 2012

Jacob Silverman, “Being a Dictator Means Never Having to Say You’re Sorry” | January 22, 2012

Sean Ulman, “Prison Rescue” | January 29, 2012

Marie Bacigalupo, “Legs” | February 5, 2012

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