Cellar Door

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Cellar Door is a literary magazine published by Knox that was named after a phrase in Donnie Darko, who stole it from J.R.R. Tolkien. (The sentiment is commonly misattributed to Edgar Allan Poe.) The phrase is a wonderful example of euphony. Unlike Catch, the literary magazine usually has a theme, and accepts everything that is submitted to it. The magazine was started by BJ Hollars in 2006.