Threadcount is a biannual online literary journal dedicated to hybrid forms, work that challenges genre boundaries and resists classifiable form, that experiments with texture and convention, that (like fabric) packs a lot in a limited space.
“I like the box on the page, the box made out of ink and alphabet, the way it sits there and contains what’s inside it. What’s inside it, though, doesn’t have to be so neat and tidy and can be a thing that is hard to say exactly what it is.”
– Peter Markus, author of We Make Mud
Co-Editor: Annie Bilancini teaches and writes in Cleveland, Ohio. You can find her work in SmokeLong Quarterly, The Collagist, Knee-Jerk, matchbook, The Collapsar, A Capella Zoo, and Booth.
Co-Editor: Steve Dudas has a voice that sounds like a sweater feels. He lives and teaches in Oxford, Ohio, where he is pursuing a doctorate in literature. His work has been anthologized in The Great Lakes Book Project.
Co-Editor: C.J. Opperthauser lives in Providence, Rhode Island. His work has most recently appeared in Quarter After Eight, Inter|rupture, Ghost Ocean Magazine, and A Capella Zoo. His chapbook Cloud the Shape of Bedroom was published in 2016 by Tree Light Books.
Co-Editor: Matt Weinkam lives and writes in Cleveland, Ohio. His work has appeared in Denver Quarterly, Sonora Review, New South, Jellyfish Review, Split Lip, DIAGRAM, Quarter After Eight, and Electric Literature. He is Executive Director of Literary Cleveland.
Pieces from Threadcount have appeared in Best of the Net and Best Microfiction.