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.

Please follow our blog or like us on Facebook for more information and announcements.

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.

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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 available at Cafe Press.  Please visit our store.

Website: www.stonepathreview.com

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We are less than 6-weeks away from the next issue of Stone Path Review – www.stonepathreview.com

This issue is shaping up nicely and will focus on photography art, including an an interview with a photographer, as well as a handful of awesome poems.

As we have an open submission cycle, please visit our website and submit your work for possible publication.  As always, we never charge reading fees, and you have the chance to see your work in print as well as the website.

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April is National Poetry Month – http://www.poets.org/page.php/prmID/41.  In celebration, I will be posting selected poems here and on Stone Path Review from the hundreds of books on my shelves as wells as essays about what poetry means, and its importance in culture and society.

If anyone has a favorite poem or memories of their favorite english teacher that mentored and help them along the path, I would love to post and share.  Please contact me at wricci@provenlife.com

The book signing today was at a Barnes and Noble. The very first thing we noticed when walking into the doors was the smell. Not a bad smell at all, but something we have lost in the digital and ebook age. The smell of books. The smell of paper and ink. There is something special and unique about a new book and the first time opening the cover, turning each page, a bit rigid at first, and the feeling on the fingertips. It is an experience, and a lost art.

While walking down the rows and rows of books, we decided to take a more aggressive marketing campaign for Stone Path Review. We went old school and left cards inside of poetry books and lined the shelves with the logo and name, looking for more submissions. Since we are not very sneaky, it would be relatively easy for Barnes and Noble to catch us since my cell phone number is on the cards.

All in all a great day to meet a new friend, remember the smell and feel of books, and take our efforts more grassroots and old school.


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Along with the Winter 2013 issue of Stone Path Review, we updated our mission and goals for the coming year.

Our mission is to create a path across the planet joining and linking artists from any background, working in any medium to form an open, safe, and non-exclusive forum. By providing an online and print community to share expression and promote cross-cultural arts, while offering personalized positive feedback to submissions, we are a journal created by artists for artists.

http://www.stonepathreview.org/page/about/mission-goals-2013/

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Hello everyone and Merry Christmas Eve and happy holidays. We are hard at work on the next issue of Stone Path Review. We are choosing photos for each piece and working on the print edition. Also, please send us your art in any form. We read submissions anytime of year and consider work for the print edition as well as exclusive content for the website. Please visit www.stonepathreview.org for more info.

Good morning everyone.  We are a little more than 1-month away from the next issue of Stone Path Review.  This will be our 5th issue and the start of our second year publishing this artistic journal.  It is a labor of love and brings together both of our passions – photography and writing.

We are always reading and reviewing submissions (video, photography, writing, poetry, short stories, drawings, music, etc), with no particular theme mind.

Thank you to everyone for your support and we hope you trust us with some of your work.

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When I originally started this blog, it was intended to remain distinct and separate from anything else I was working on. As of late, it has become more apparent that my passions and goals, and where I derive a certain happiness, come from the magazines that I edit for. So, with that in mind, I will be posting calls for submissions here, and on Facebook as we continue to build an artistic community.

For Stone Path Review, now that Summer 2012 is alive and kicking, we are seeking artistic submissions of any genre or media, for the Fall 2012, Winter 2013 and Spring 2013 issues.
All of the information you need can be found here:

Dear artistic friends;

Stone Path Review is an artistic journal that we (Patricia of Twisted Root Studios and I) started last year. We have published two online issues thus far and are reviewing submissions for the upcoming Summer and Fall 2012 issues. We would appreciate and welcome submissions of any media and genre somewhat loosely related to our mission and goals.

There is no submission fee, and will never be a submission fee. We are artists dedicated to artists.

We welcome artists of any level, style, experience – we just want your artistic pieces.

We are unique, not only in what we are looking for, but also that we will provide personal feedback, constructive criticism, and what we liked about your work.

Please visit Stone Path Review, read our guidelines and previous issues, and use our submission manager to send in your work.

Thank you
~ Stone Path Review editors