Write a story that focuses primarily on a dialogue between two or more of the objects in the room in which you’re writing. Think about what a day in the life of one of these objects might be like, and in turn think about how these objects might interact with each other!
An update from our thirty-seventh Writing Workshop A summary of the workshop held on Saturday March 20, plus some of the output published below This week Stone Soup Contributor Madeline Kline, 13, led a workshop on antiheroes in which she taught us that antiheroes are captivating because of the relatability of their flaws. To begin […]
Get your book published by Stone Soup! Stone Soup is thrilled to announce that we are accepting submissions for our annual book contest. This year, we plan to accept two books for publication–one novel or short story collection and one book of poems. However, we do consider all submissions for potential publication. Contest Details Genre: […]