Taking a Stand Through Fiction

Stone Soup Editors' Notes  /   /  By Gerry Mandel, Editor
Stone Soup Magazine
May/June 2017

Let’s say you have a strong opinion about something you see happening in the world. You know it is wrong, and you want to speak out. The most direct way to make your point would be through a nonfiction article or essay. But you could also convey your message, perhaps even more powerfully, through fiction.

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Gerry Mandel, Editor
About the Author

Back in 1973, I was part of the group of UC Santa Cruz students who put together the very first issue of Stone Soup. It has been my great pleasure to continue to edit and publish Stone Soup for all these years, along with co-founder William Rubel. We hope you enjoy reading Stone Soup as much as we enjoy making it.

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  1. HorsezRawesome May 6, 2015 at 4:41 am Reply

    One of my favorite Stone Soup stories. Love
    Evelyn Chen’s story No Regrets, too! Great young author!

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