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Stone Path Review – May 2014 Newsletter

The latest newsletter from Enso Press and Stone Path Review can be read online here at Mail Chimp. Better yet, please consider joining our mailing list to review all of the updates regarding Enso Press, Stone Path Review, Stone Path Films, and Tessta Rangeet.

Enso Press – Website and Updates

Enso Press, LLC has changed to a new website design. As always, simplicity is key with limited extraneous information getting in the way of the core content – artistic journals and film. The Support page has been updated with information on a music project we supported. More information will be coming soon with the status […]
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Stone Path Review and Films

The publisher of Stone Path Review, Enso Press, LLC (www.ensopress.com) is interested in producing films via our Enso Productions division. We are looking for independent feature length films that are in pre-production up to the filming stage. Films with a mission similar to Stone Path Review and Enso Press are preferred – spirituality, finding and […]
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Stone Path Review – Call for Submissions

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 […]
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Stone Path Review update

The next issue of Stone Path Review, Winter 2014, is coming along great.  The first draft of the interview was sent off and we are finalizing the poems and short stories. A reminder that we read submissions all the time and have no set deadlines and currently no particular theme. We now have drink ware […]
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Update and Endeavors

I’ve been away from the blog more than I would like, but things will settle down a bit in September.  I’ve been taking PHP classes and working on certification.  PHP is the programming language behind many websites (such as Facebook) and what Workdpress is created with.  I”m hoping this will take my career in a […]
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