We hope in this issue to give
a sampling of Hamilton Stone writers, whose reading of the
human condition varies as widely as their style. But let
them speak for themselves in their Appalachian, New York,
Southern, Midwestern accents.
Rebecca Kavaler & Edith Konecky, Editors
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Table of Contents, Issue 4
Rebecca Kavaler (from A
Little More Than Kin)
Hour (from View to the North)
Meredith Sue Willis
House and Other Stories)
Halvard Johnson is the poetry editor of the
Hamilton Stone Review.
He lives in New York City with his wife, the prize- winning
fiction writer, artist, teacher, and editor Lynda Schor.
Recent poetry appears in fall issue of Prairie
Schooner. Winner of an AWP writing award for short
fiction, her most recent stories are collected in A
Little More Than Kin, Hamilton Stone Editions,
EK's "Cocktail Hour" is excerpted from her
forthcoming novel, View to the
North. Her previous books are A
Place at the Table and, most recently, her collected
Sorrows and Coming Attractions.
Carole Rosenthal's fiction has been published
in many magazines ranging from Transatlantic Review
to Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine. Her stories
appear in Other Voices, Confrontation, The Cream City
Review, Mother Jones, and elsewhere. They have been
reprinted in anthologies, including Powers of Desire,
Love Stories for New Women, Mystery Bag, Secrets, Foreign
Affairs, and WomanSpace, and they have
been dramatized for radio and television, most recently by
Italy's RAI network. Rosenthal's short story collection, It
Doesn't Have to Be Me (Hamilton Stone Editions)
has been cited for its "wry and compelling" humor and "fascinating
glimpse beneath the surface of everyday life at ideas that
would otherwise go unexplored."
Lynda Schor is the author of two books of
short fiction, Appetites,
reissued recently by Hamilton Stone Editions, and True
Love & Real Romance. She has stories and articles
in many magazines. She's won a number of prizes, most notably,
two Maryland State Arts Council grants. A new book of short
fiction, The Body Parts Shop, will be out from
the Fiction Collective Two, in February, 2005.
Meredith Sue Willis
Meredith Sue Willis's most recent fiction
at Sea (West Virginia Univesity Press 2002);
Dwight's House and Other Stories (Hamilton
Stone Editions 2004), and The City Built of Starships
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