We are just resting a bit, writing about and photographing the world at large and in our backyard. It has been over 1-year since our last issue and while publishing a print magazine may or may not take place again, arts and creativity are in our blood. We will continue to update and add content to the Stone Path Review website.
In the meantime, these two are enjoying what little winter we have had.
The Fall 2014 issue of Stone Path Review is now available for reading at http://www.stonepathreview.com and http://www.magcloud.com/browse/issue/823370?__r=322616
Interview with: Peter Vircks
Poetry by: Amanda Barusch, Anuja Ghimire, Deonte Osayande, Gary Glauber, Lisa Megraw, Ralph Monday, Robert Henschel, Jr., Rochelle Natt, Salvatore Folisi, Samantha Tetangco, Wendy Brown-Baez
Short Story by: John Richmond
Paintings by: Margaret Karmazin
Photography by: Kristy Johnson, Louis Staeble, Rohnda Monroy
Photography for written pieces by: Twisted Root Studios
Volume 3, issue 11 of Stone Path Review is now available for your reading pleasure.
This issue features an interview with a goat farmer, Beth Donovan; photography by A.J. Huffman, Aaron Bowen, Brian Biggs, Claire Ibarra, Galen Faison, and John Sikkila; and writing by David Rutter, J.B. Mulligan, Jeffrey Willius, John Michael Flynn, Kathleen Lindstrom, Kathryn Hujda, Michael Gould, Michael K. Gause, and Sarah Nour.
Now that the Winter 2014 issue of Stone Path Review has been published, we look ahead…
We are always accepting, reading, and responding to submissions. We accept poetry, short stories, prose, and visual arts. We are especially looking for photography, both for the cover and inside, drawings, original artwork, photos of artwork, etc.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.
Thank you for your patience and to our readers and artists who have trusted their work with us. We would not be here without you.
I am proud to announce that we just finished the Winter 2014 issue of Stone Path Review. You are able to view it online, as a flip-book, or download a PDF. This issue features poetry, photography, a short story, and an interview with the director of a mountain guide training school located in Alaska and Patagonia.
The 8th issue of Stone Path Review has been published. This marks the closure of our second year of publishing. What started out as a simple idea with no long-term plan has become an extension of our passion and appreciation of the arts. We look forward to the third year and beyond and will rollout other media following the goals and mission of Stone Path Review. We also hope to have a release party in the near future. Please follow our blog or on Facebook for more information and announcements.
Thank you to our readers and artist who trust your work with us. We would not be here without you.
This issue’s featured artist is writer Kevin Zepper and includes an interview, along with a selection of his poetry.
Poetry by: A. J. Huffman, Bradley Hamlin, Craig Steele, Don Cellini, James Valvis, Kevin Zepper, Milton P. Ehrlich, Ryan Bermuda
Short Stories by: Melodie Corrigall, Tabitha Holcombe
Visual Arts by: Dr. Ernest Williamson III, John J. Sikkila, Susan Sweetland Garay
Cover Photograph by: Aaron Bowen
We recently completed an interview with Duotrope for Stone Path Review.
The interview can be read here.
The Summer 2013 issue of Stone Path Review is now available for downloading as a PDF and for printing.
The Summer 2013 issue of Stone Path Review is now published and ready for your reading and viewing pleasure. This issue features an interview with Ben Coffman; poetry by Brendan Sullivan, Changming Yuan, Les Wicks, Peycho Kanev, and Tricia Knoll; photography and drawings by A.J. Huffman, Ben Coffman, Joezel Jang, and W. Jack Savage.
Thank you very much to our contributing artists and of course anyone who takes the time to read the issues.
In 2012 we started a non-profit business called 418 Publishing, Inc. that was the parent company and publisher of Stone Path Review.
Since that time, we have published five issues of Stone Path Review with countless poems, short stories, photographs, artwork and interviews from over 20 artists. Two of the issues have been printed in limited quantities as we look to diversify. We maintain a website with all of the content plus book reviews, essays about writing, and soon a forum for artists to connect with each other.
We do not charge reading or submission fees, and never will (it’s in our mission and goal to not charge fees of any kind for submissions or book reviews). Our plans are to publish one to two books per year, print 500 copies of Stone Path Review that can be purchased, and offer very limited and focused merchandise that is artistic related (who does not drink coffee or tea or use pens/pencils?).
As a non-profit, we have never taken a donation, and as such, it does not make sense any longer to be a non-profit status. We have always self-funded the operations of the websites, marketing, domain names, printing costs, equipment, etc., and have no intentions of changing that. So, it made sense to create a new company that will be the publisher of Stone Path Review, books, and another journal to be named later. Additionally, we will offer services for manuscript editing, and development and designing of websites for other artists.
The new business is named Enso Press, LLC and the website will be at www.ensopress.com.
The definition of Enso is:
a Japanese word meaning “circle” and a concept strongly associated with Zen. Ensō is one of the most common subjects of Japanese calligraphy even though it is a symbol and not a character. It symbolizes absolute enlightenment, strength, elegance, the universe, and the void; it can also symbolize the Japanese aesthetic itself. As an “expression of the moment” it is often considered a form of minimalist expressionist art.
As such, we have a created a new logo for the business and will be unveiling a new logo for Stone Path Review that blends the insight of Ensō with paths of stone. We feel the concept and ideas behind Ensō, being the “universe” and connecting with all artists is critical in our culture and is the next step in our mission and goal. It feels right, and makes sense.
Also, we are always accepting and reading submissions. Please visit our website or send an email to submit your work for consideration.
The Fall 2012 issue is well underway and will be published on Monday October 15th. Much gratitude and thanks to the artists who have trusted us with their work. We will post here and on Facebook when the issue is live and ready for your reading and viewing pleasure.