Editor’s Note

 /   /  By Emma Birches
Stone Soup Magazine
March 2018

By Emma Wood

Our March issue revolves around themes of friendship, kindness, and belonging. Kate Choi’s story “Zachary, Sophie” asks, among many questions: Why do we often refuse to give others the benefit of the doubt—judging them without knowing them or their circumstances? Meanwhile, Tristan Hui’s perfectly simply poem “Belonging” evokes the comfort and happiness of knowing one is where one’s meant to be. I’m also particularly excited to share Stone Soup’s first issue with a portfolio of work by an artist, Li Lingfei; I hope her whimsical, magical watercolors, paired with her imaginative, detailed descriptions, will charm and delight you as they did me!

Enjoy—

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