The Stoneslide Corrective is a bimonthly e-magazine and annual print magazine. We publish fiction, humor, satire, and other unnamed forms of sublimity. You can learn more about our print edition here. We also publish books and run an annual story contest.
The most important thing to know, however, is that The Stoneslide Corrective cares.
The Stoneslide Corrective is a wheelbarrow pushed by a mule. It’s a fiction. It’s also a real. The Stoneslide Corrective is prudent solvency and bold spend. The Stoneslide Corrective makes excellent sandwiches and pizzas, and grills ribeye, tenderloin, and fennel equally well. It’s a coming whose time has ideated. It’s an ideational. It makes an excellent coaster for any drink, hot and moist or cold and sweaty.
We celebrate thought without enslaving ourselves to it. We celebrate feeling without enslaving ourselves to it. Unless the feeling be love, in which case, make love a masque played by Kim Basinger, with soundtrack played by an orchestra ferried slowly across a river of the damned.
We are ascetics. Would you be interested in buying a book?
The Stoneslide Corrective likes irony and straightforwardness. We like clarity. We like forward motion. We like side trips. When in Wisconsin, we like waysides, and roast beef sandwiches. And brats, of course. And squeakies. When in Vermont we like to leave the car beside the road and walk into the woods until we can’t hear people anymore. When in New Hampshire we like to swim, in the Connecticut River, in ponds, in lakes, and we like to push drunk friends into bonfires. [A word to the wise: when pushing friends into bonfires, always make up your mind beforehand whether you will pull them out or not. Saves time.]
The Stoneslide Corrective likes purpose.
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