Welcome to the Winter 2013 issue of Stone Path Review which marks the start of our second year. What started off as an idea that felt like a pipe-dream one evening in 2011 after a poetry reading, has become a part of us, allowing us to share our passion for the arts. Thank you to our friends, families, readers, and of course the artists who have trusted their work with us. Here is to another year.
This issue’s featured artist is Ashley Dull and includes an an interview, along with poetry, a short stories, photography, and a tribute to Carl Sandburg.
- Interview with Ashley Dull, featured artist.
- Carl Sandburg, by William Ricci
- In Search if Silence, by Chris Roe
- Life Is, by Craig Steele
- Soreng, by Dweep Mustang
- The Absence of Nothing, by Hanakia Zedek
- How it Goes, by Mike Finley
- There is a Kingdom, by Mike Finley
- Marathon Through Open Fields, by William Ricci
- Tunnels of My Childhood, Part 4, by Felice Scrittore
- David in the Different Colored Shirt, by Greg Morton
- Angels and Cemeteries, by Aaron Bowen