Feb. 24: Soup's On! Reading Showcase

Join us as Gayle Reaves-King, Christopher Stephen Soden, and Connor Stratman come together to read at Deep Vellum Books.

Spring Break Writing Camp for Kids!

Immerse young writers in a camp with poetry, prose, and lots of creative self-expression!

Week-Long Day Camp, March 12 – 16

Spring Classes Now Open!

Browse our great selection with Joe Milazzo, Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam, Logen Cure, and more!

Stone Soup Peer Critique Groups

Free monthly meetings. Three different spaces to connect with Dallas writers. Seeking constructive feedback on your creative writing in an easygoing workshop environment? Stone Soup is for you.

The Common Language Project

Poetry competition and public reading. Submissions open March 1-31! 30 words. 30 lines or fewer. 30 winners. Judged by Fatima-Ayan Malika Hirsi, Joe Milazzo, and B Randall.

Writing Past Cliche: Diverse Lit for Diverse Audiences

Sat, 2/24: Join Richard J. Gonzales in this one-day interactive workshop that offers information, examples, and exercises for writers seeking to write responsibly about diverse people.

“Let a man in a garret but burn with enough intensity, and he will set fire to the world.”

Antoine de Saint-Exupery

Upcoming Events

Stone Soup Prose & Poetry Workshop

Writing Past Cliché: Diverse Lit for Diverse Audiences

Soup’s On! Reaves-King, Soden, & Stratman

Stone Soup Poetry Workshop

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