Who we areSTONE TELLING is a speculative poetry magazine dedicated to showcasing multi-perspective work of literary quality. Please look at the submission guidelines to see what we're after, and at the About page to find out more information about Stone Telling. You are also invited to visit our Livejournal community, stonetellingmag.
Stone Telling is co-edited by Rose Lemberg and Shweta Narayan. Editorial email address is poetry at stonetelling dot com.
News:After a long delay, we have a new issue: Stone Telling 10: Body. It is a double issue, it is hard-hitting, and we hope it was worth the wait.
If you would like to support the magazine, please consider donating a few dollars to help Stone Telling continue. All your donations go towards purchasing content for the magazine.
Stone Telling will be open to submissions between January 15 and March 15, 2014. We will be reading submissions from poets we have not published before. Please send us your workat email@example.com
Book! The first collection of Stone Telling poetry, Here, We Cross, which gathers queer and genderfluid poetry from Stone Telling 1-7, is available for purchase from Amazon. (If you are unable to buy from Amazon for any reason, please email us at poetry at stonetelling dot com, and we will gladly send you a copy). All proceedings from the sales support Stone Telling!
Brit Mandelo reviewed the book at Tor.com and wrote:
I find Here, We Cross to be a vital book—thriving and full of life, putting to words intense emotion as well as the internal workings of identity and self. The focus on genderqueer and genderfluid poetry is a particular joy for me as a reader; these are voices still underrepresented in the larger literary conversation, but in this book they are a force, a majority, that must be considered and acknowledged. There’s also a real pleasure to be had in reading a book, cover-to-cover, that is filled with explicitly queer, trans*, neutrois, and asexual voices, all telling pieces of their stories and bringing to vivid life what it means to be them—and therefore, what it means for them to be, what steps must be taken to forge and protect a sense of identity.