Stone-Cutters hosts second workshop, prepares for winter publication

Stone-Cutters magazine hosted its second creative writing workshop to collect submissions for its winter publication Wednesday. Stone-Cutters offers in-person writing workshops Stone-Cutters has held two workshops so far and is planning to host one a month starting in January. Stone-Cutters writer and junior editor Nicole Austen ’21 said that the workshops are a good place […]

Stone-Cutters staff recite poetry, display artwork

Staff members of the upper school literary magazine Stone-Cutters recited poetry and featured artwork in Chalmers East during their first display of the year. “It’s been a year where we’ve gone through a lot of changes,” Anna Katz ’20 said. “We used to just do the end-of-year publication, and this year this is our second […]

Stone-cutters Publishes Halloween Zine

The Stone-cutters Arts Collective published a Halloween-themed zine on Wednesday, marking their first publication of the year. Students who worked on the publication attended three workshops to hone in their ideas, which took place from Oct.15 to Oct.19. Participants were invited to use various art forms to think about and answer the question, ‘What scares […]

Cutting Edge

StoneCutters, the upper school literary and visual arts magazine, won a gold medal from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association for their 2016-2017 issue. The magazine received its highest scores for its reader-friendliness and visual content. “The art and photos are presented well and show creativity,” the judge said. “The subjects are not trite but instead […]

Stone-Cutters magazine announces editors for new volume

The first issue of the online Stone-Cutters was released Nov. 5, and new issues will be released throughout the year. The magazine announced its new editors for this year. Emma Kofman ’16 is the new literary editor, Jensen Davis ’16, Jack Li ’17 and Elizabeth Kim ’17 are the new associate literary editors, Jenny Lange […]

Stone-Cutters extends submission deadline

Stone-Cutters, Harvard-Westlake arts and literary magazine, extended its deadline to Dec. 16 to allow students to submit more literary works. Though more than 130 submissions have been received for Stone-Cutters, only 25 of those submmissions were literary works. “Although in recent years the number of visual art submissions we’ve received has ballooned, we try to […]