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: 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.
I have some new poetry posted over at Beneath the Remains.
Beneath the Remains is about:
“Here we focus on raw images and words from the ruins, from the real world that is often swept away, hidden, talked about in whispers and secrets. We want to uncover and bring to light the real path taken each day, the reality people face and struggle with.”
The 8th issue of Stone Path Review has been published. This marks the closure of our second year of publishing. What started out as a simple idea with no long-term plan has become an extension of our passion and appreciation of the arts. We look forward to the third year and beyond and will rollout other media following the goals and mission of Stone Path Review. We also hope to have a release party in the near future. Please follow our blog or on Facebook for more information and announcements.
Thank you to our readers and artist who trust your work with us. We would not be here without you.
This issue’s featured artist is writer Kevin Zepper and includes an interview, along with a selection of his poetry.
Poetry by: A. J. Huffman, Bradley Hamlin, Craig Steele, Don Cellini, James Valvis, Kevin Zepper, Milton P. Ehrlich, Ryan Bermuda
Short Stories by: Melodie Corrigall, Tabitha Holcombe
Visual Arts by: Dr. Ernest Williamson III, John J. Sikkila, Susan Sweetland Garay
Cover Photograph by: Aaron Bowen
The Summer 2013 issue of Stone Path Review is now available for downloading as a PDF and for printing.
Stone Path Review: Summer 2013
Summer issue of Stone Path Review featuring poetry, images, and the photography of Ben Coffman.
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.
Today, a beautiful sunny day, is brought to you by “State of Trance”, mixed by Alexander Popov.
Something recently compelled me to return to Jackson Pollock. I have seen the movie released in 2000, directed and starred in by Ed Harris many times, but had not read the biography the movie is based on. I have spent most of this week diving head-first into his childhood, family, “social” circle, and other events laying the foundation of the person and his art.
Of course there is controversy surrounding his drinking, verbal abuse, and the night he killed himself and one passenger in his car, Edith Metzger. I do not brush aside the person, the anger, the abuse, but look beyond this to his dedication to his passion, the animalistic need to put onto canvas the images, the lines, and the colors being stirred within by the demons.
I have written two poems about the energy within him, and the resulting images, that will be posted here shortly. I am also working on a new poem, inspired by a more detailed watching of the film, and the American west landscape that inspired his early artwork.