- art for the human in you -
Lodestone is a publication dedicated to bringing together creators of all types to exhibit a synthesis of both traditional and new literary and visual arts for the modern age.
Issue 2 Available Now
Lodestone's follow-up issue features even more excellent writing and art from creators around the world. With a vibrant summer cover from return-artist Leonard Peng, our first-ever photoseries with talented amateur photographer Stephen Williams, and scores of published poetry, short fiction, and illustration, Lodestone is excited to present its next installment of art for the human in you.
FROM THE BLOG
Colson Whitehead visited Houston, and Sarah and Rebecca report on it.
In which Sarah reviews The Slow Regard of Silent Things.
Things we found interesting this week: George Saunders, literacy, globe making, and truth in Jane Austen.
Things we found interesting this week and hope that you will too! Penny dreadfuls, unreliable narrators, Frankenstein, and when your war criminal character shares the name of a real person....
In which we look back on all that's happened in 2016: Issue 2, the blog, and Zine Fest Houston.
We remember Richard Adams; manuscripts rescued from al Qaeda; holidays in speculative fiction; and the Bronte sisters in a new film.
Picks for cozy winter reading.
Things we enjoyed this week and hope you will too! We remembered the days when people used to write thoughtful letters, introduce you to another 2016 listicle, spend time with David Mitchell and his bones and time-pieces, and remind you that we actually sell a product and it's good.
Our weekly round up! James Patterson's holiday bonus, elegiac writing & naturalism, Worldbuilders charity, and a reviewer on Christian fiction.