After a long silence for Stone Path Review & Magazine, we are back with a new interview to be posted soon. For this one, we interviewed the creator of the webcomic “Don’t Hit Save” Jeff Lofvers.

The Rhythmic Circus is coming to Burnsville, MN, July 25th band 26th.  Tickets are still available for this family-freiendly, high energy, positive, and uplifting performance of music, tap dancing, singing, and whatever else they come up with.

Website: http://www.rhythmiccircus.com

Tickets: http://www.ames-center.com/rhythmic-circus.html

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1422227764726558/

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Rhythmic Circus
Rhythmic Circus

Volume 3, issue 11 of Stone Path Review is now available for your reading pleasure.

This issue features an interview with a goat farmer, Beth Donovan; photography by A.J. Huffman, Aaron Bowen, Brian Biggs, Claire Ibarra, Galen Faison, and John Sikkila; and writing by David Rutter, J.B. Mulligan, Jeffrey Willius, John Michael Flynn, Kathleen Lindstrom, Kathryn Hujda, Michael Gould, Michael K. Gause, and Sarah Nour.

 

Stone Path Review Summer 2014

Stone Path Review: Stone Path Review Summer 2014

Latest issue of the artistic journal Stone Path Review featuring an interview with a goat farmer, poetry, short stories, and images of people and nature.

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The Rhythmic Circus that is.

Website: http://www.rhythmiccircus.com

Tickets: http://www.ames-center.com/rhythmic-circus.html

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1422227764726558/

Official Promo for Feet Don’t Fail Me Now!

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Rhythmic Circus
Rhythmic Circus

I would like to personally thank all of our readers and artists for a great to start to year three. The Winter issue was our most diverse in terms of artists, work presented, and the interview. We are hard at work on the Spring and Summer issues. We received a lot of submissions the past four weeks and for that we very grateful. We promise to respond within two months.

Please visit our website www.stonepathreview.org for extra content, such as book reviews, and sign up for our mailing list.

Thank you from the editors of Stone Path Review – Patricia Youker and William Ricci.

Winter 2014
Winter 2014

Sundress Publications, located in Tennessee, is a non-profit publisher of books and host to various workshops and retreats.  They are currently working on restoring a farmstead to provide a space for residencies – The Sundress Academy for the Arts..

What intrigues me most about Sundress is their focus on integrating writing and the arts with nature.  Something that is sorely missed from everyday life.

Please check out their websites and their mission.

The Summer 2013 issue of Stone Path Review is now available for downloading as a PDF and for printing.

Summer 2013

Stone Path Review: Summer 2013

Summer issue of Stone Path Review featuring poetry, images, and the photography of Ben Coffman.

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The Summer 2013 issue of Stone Path Review is now published and ready for your reading and viewing pleasure. This issue features an interview with Ben Coffman; poetry by Brendan Sullivan, Changming Yuan, Les Wicks, Peycho Kanev, and Tricia Knoll; photography and drawings by A.J. Huffman, Ben Coffman, Joezel Jang, and W. Jack Savage.

Thank you very much to our contributing artists and of course anyone who takes the time to read the issues.

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The Spring 2013 edition of Stone Path Review is now online here. The PDF and printed version will be available soon.

As Winter slowly becomes Spring, we celebrate National Poetry Month, and the power and majestic beauty of nature and the mind.

Featured in this issue is an interview with writer Regina Bou and work from these fine artists: Aaron Bowen, Debbie Crawford, Jay Duret, Kenneth Pobo, Pete Armetta, Rachel Dacus, Thomas Zimmerman, Valentina Cano, and Don Cellini.

Some great news for Stone Path Review as we continue to connect artists with each other and publish unique, fresh, and stimulating written and visual pieces.  We are now listed with Duotrope.  Here is the link – https://duotrope.com/market_10457.aspx – if you would like to learn more about the journal and how you can submit your work.

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