STET’s goal is to demystify writing by drawing attention to how writing works. To that end, STET pairs good writing with notes that explain what makes writing good.
Topics on STET range across culture and technology, with special attention paid to the intersections between them. We aim to be as accessible and interesting to both practitioners and users of technology. You won’t find insider lingo here; you will find astute, well-written, and nuanced takes on subjects both timely and timeless.
The title pays homage to a discussion between writer and editor, in which one or the other marks a change “stet,” meaning “let it stand.” It suggests both discussion and revision, elements which we believe are at the heart of good writing.
STET is published by Editorially, a new collaborative writing and editing platform.
Write for STET
STET publishes work under the broad topics of culture and technology. Pitches may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Writers who contribute to STET will be paid and will retain the copyright to their work.