Article Tag: Fantasy

Stone Soup Magazine
May/June 2017

By Maeve Brett-Vasko, Illustrated by Lily Johnson

He walks along the narrow path, skirting in-between the buildings. He knows that inside, young men and women are dressing in their uniforms and taking up their...

Sarah wrapped her arms around herself, shivering. The wind was bitingly chilly, and it kept worming its way up her sleeves and through the open space where she...

I was wearing old shoes, brown like the dust my feet tramped through. The wind was sighing around my ears, a soft symphony echoing off the lonesome Joshua...

An eleven-year-old girl woke up on a patch of sunlit sand. Her small elfish ears picked up the sound of crashing waves and the rustling of bushes and the dense...

A harsh wind swept across a great plain of nothingness. Dry, stiff grass bent, giving way to the force of the wind. Nothing could be seen from any direction....

Ligiri ran. She ran with all her might away from the Dama on the third and last day. She dropped to the ground and wept for what seemed hours. The last of the...

“Brandon! Brandon, can you weed the flower bed in the front yard?” Mom called from the kitchen. I let out a groan. “Aw, Mom, please don’t make me! I had to go with...

CHAPTER ONE: HOLIDAY CHARACTER   Braden was very lucky in many ways. His only bad luck was that he had a severe allergy to rabbits. Not many have traveled the...

It snowed last night, first it came down softly, then hard. My father was watching the news this morning, and told me that my school was cancelled because of...

Eve set her bags down with a sigh, and looked around. The room’s white walls stood out in stark contrast to the wood floors, the bed, with its antique-looking...