Jane Lazarre's INHERITANCE is reviewed on Politerature
New Issue of the Hamilton Stone Review is now available! Fiction by Steven Schrader and Jay Baruch, nonfiction by E.J. Myers, poetry by Judith Skillman-- and many, many more!
Halvard Johnson reports the death of Hamilton Stone Review poet Sybil Kollar. See poems at Hamilton Stone Review # 5 .
Poetry by Alan Britt,
Bill Brown, Keith Dunlap, Myron Ernst, Susan Firer, Howie Good, James Grabill, Jeff Gundy, Rachel N. Heller, Len Krisak, Casandra Lopez, Paul Nelson, Genevieve Payne, Simon Perchik, Ned Randle, Lois Roma-Deely, Elaine Sexton, Tim Suermondt, Lee Upton, and David Woodward; Fiction by Deborah Clearman, Valerie Fox and Arlene Ang, Mike Maggio, Charles Rammelkamp, Andreas Trolf, and Eva White.
Eva Kollisch's book mentioned in The Forward
Excellent first review of Sleepwalker's Songs in Hinchas de Poesia
Leora Skolkin-Smith interviewed online in a piece
about the new International Journal Jewishnet
Hamilton Stone Editions was at the Brooklyn Book Festival on 9-23-12
Submissions to the Hamilton Stone Review Fall Issue
Now closed. Complete guidelines here.
More Recent Books
Sleepwalker's Songs, Poems by James Cervantes Homeward Bound by Howard Waskow
James Cervantes's Sleepwalker's Songs seems so sane, its light so much that of the quotidian, that it is only with a certain shock (like that produced by a dream remembered) that one realizes what one has really experienced
- T.R. Hummer
Cervantes, one can reasonably assume, believes longing is its own music. Be forewarned. These are the poems of someone who knows the dangers in such music and has chosen to dance to it anyway.
- Sam Pereira
"Readers are accompanied by a wise guide on a journey to understand more deeply the sources of disappointment in their family relationships and to discover potential paths to greater satisfaction in the family and in intimate relationships more generally.."
—Irene Elkin, PhD Professor Emerita, University of Chicago, Psychotherapy Researcher