Subscribe by 9/15/19 to get the first special issue of Stone Gathering absolutely FREE. The Relevance of Rural: What’s Lost, What’s Left, What Lasts, a tribute to Wendell Berry, will arrive in your mailbox in late January/early February, between the regular Winter and Spring issues of Stone Gathering: A Reader. Doesn’t everyone need a little more reading material in the winter?
Before we decided to add an annual special issue to the Stone Gathering mix, we had set the subscription price for the quarterly reader at $42.00. On September 15th, 2019 we will adjust that price to $52.00 to accommodate publishing 5 issues each year, instead of 4. All existing subscribers and all who subscribe by 9/15/19, will receive the 2020 special issue gratis, as a gift in thanks for your early support.
(All pre-9/15/19 two-year subscribers will receive the 2021 special issue free as well).
After 9/15/19 the new subscription prices ($52/1 year and $100/2 years) will apply.
Or send a check made out to DDL, to Danielle Dufy Literary, PO Box 334, Brainerd MN 56401. (Please include your email so we can send you a receipt; it will not be shared.)
It’s a great time to join the Stone Gathering community of readers. Thank you for your subscription! And thank you for supporting this small, independent press.
Deborah Jacobs, Publisher
Here’s a peek at the Fall 2019 issue of Stone Gathering: A Reader:
Cover photo by Joey Halvorson. And with contributions from William Stafford, Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer, Michael Kleber-Diggs, David J. Rothman, Marjorie Saiser, Morgan Grayce Willow, Brian Doyle, Laura Hansen, Bao Phi, Debra Marquart, Sharry Wright, Nickolas Butler, and more.
Available September 1st at independent booksellers and book-friendly small businesses across the Midwest and beyond. And, of course, by subscription.