Now’s the Time to Subscribe!

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Subscribe now! 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. Doesn’t everyone need a little more reading material in the winter?

This is a limited-time offer. The current 4-issue subscription price of $42 will be adjusted on January 1st, 2020 to $49, to accommodate a 5th issue– the annual special issue.

All existing subscribers and all who subscribe by the end of 2019, will receive the 2020 special issue gratis, as a gift in thanks for your early support(Two-year subscriptions purchased in 2019 will receive both the 2020 and 2021 special issues free).

Beginning January 1st, 2020 the new subscription prices ($49/1 year and $94/2 years) will apply.  So subscribe here now. 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 current issue of Stone Gathering: A Reader:

2019 Fall Front JPG 

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 now at independent booksellers and book-friendly small businesses across the Midwest and beyond. And, of course, by subscription.



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