Stone Skin Press – writing at the crossroads.
Where genre meets literature, where geek culture meets the mainstream, there is Stone Skin Press. With a series of literary anthologies to challenge the boundaries between genres and creative scenes, Stone Skin gathers together writers from such disparate fields as gaming, literary fiction, F/SF, film, YA, comics, and podcasting. Its eclectic author rosters bring colliding perspectives to bear on themes that combine the classic with the surprising.
Who We Are
Simon Rogers is the Managing Director of Pelgrane Press and its Stone Skin Press fiction imprint. He’s been running ProFantasy Software, makers of fine cartographic software now for 18 years, and Pelgrane Press for 12 years, with all that entails, and they’ve sold more than 250,000 software licenses and books in that time. He is enthusiastic about both genre and literary fiction, and wants to contribute to the publishing renaissance in these exciting times.
Cat Tobin is the Assistant Publisher of Stone Skin Press and the newest member of the team, responsible for the day-to-day administration of Stone Skin Press. A BA in English and Philosophy has given her a strong appreciation for the classics and a desire to produce more of this literature.
Beth Lewis is the Managing Editor of Stone Skin Press. A Publishing BA graduate, Beth has wide‐ranging knowledge and skills in all aspects of the industry, from production to editorial. She is committed to bringing quality fiction to readers and has a particular passion for promoting debut authors.
Editor and Stone Skin Press Creative Director Robin D. Laws is an author, game designer, and podcaster. His novels include Pierced Heart, The Rough and the Smooth, and The Worldwound Gambit. Robin created the GUMSHOE investigative roleplaying rules system and such games as Feng Shui, The Dying Earth, HeroQuest 2 and Ashen Stars. He is one half of the podcasting team behind “Ken and Robin Talk About Stuff.” Find his blog, a cavalcade of film, culture, games, narrative structure and gun-toting avians, at robindlaws.com.