Otolith: Any of the granules of calcium carbonate in the inner ear of vertebrates. Movement of otoliths, caused by a change in position of the animal, stimulates sensory hair cells, which convey the information to the brain. An ear stone. Collectively, the otoliths are called ear sand and otoconite.

About Otoliths: The intention is for Otoliths to appear quarterly, to contain a variety of what can be loosely described as e-things, that is, anything that can be translated (visually at this stage) to an electronic platform. If it moves, we won't shoot at it.

About the editor, Mark Young: I'm a New Zealander by birth but have lived most of my life in Australia, currently in Queensland, some distance north of the Tropic of Capricorn. I've been publishing poetry for over 60 years, have a number of books out there, & a couple of personal blogs.

Publisher Address:

c/o Mark Young
PO Box 531
Home Hill
QLD 4806