A stone is not just a smooth rock of varying size, shape and texture, but a weight of measurement, about fourteen pounds. Each issue of Stone Quarterly presents fourteen outstanding literary and artistic works of varying sizes, shapes, and textures in an elegant online format. SQ publishes four virtual issues each year. 

Publisher & Editor  Heather J. Macpherson writes from New England. Her work has appeared in the The Carolina Quarterly, Bennington Review, 580Split, Dr. T.J. Eckleberg Review, Niche, The Heron Tree, Parlour, The Broken Plate, The Worcester Review, The Best American Poetry Blog, OVS, Blueline, Spillway, Pearl and other fine publications. Her latest piece, “Thinking with Emerson: A Correspondence on the Poet’s Essay” with Philip Coleman can be found at asap/journal. She is a full-time instructor in the English Department at Worcester State University and also teaches at Clark University.

Poetry Editor Jacqueline Morrill teaches writing and horror classes at Worcester State and Clark University. She holds an MFA in poetry from Sarah Lawrence College and has been published in a variety of print and online journals, including The Worcester ReviewBest American Indie Lit, and Radius. 

Commentary & Review Editor Xinqiang Cole Chang received his doctorate in English from University of Rhode Island. His research interests lie in nineteenth-century literature, nineteenth-century science, and queer theory. He is currently developing his dissertation into a book manuscript.

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