Waverly School’s 7th Grader Story “Black and White” Gets Published in The Stone Soup Literary Magazine
About Stone Soup
Stone Soup is a periodical by young writers and artists founded in 1973 by William Rubel and Gerry Mandel, who continue to run the organization today. It is incorporated as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit called the Children’s Art Foundation. Its purpose is to encourage children children’s creativity. For the past forty years the primary work has been to inspire young writers by publishing the best work by their peers. Stone Soup has published over ten-thousand pages of writing and art by children. A great deal of that trove published on its website stonesoup.com.
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