Stonework is published by Houghton College, a Christian liberal arts college located in New York’s rural Genesee Valley. Stonework seeks a diverse mix of mature and emerging voices in fellowship with the evangelical tradition. Published twice a year, the journal reflects the arts community at Houghton College where excellence in music, writing, and the visual arts has long been a distinctive.

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  • Issue 6
    Poetry by Paul Willis and Thom Satterlee. Fiction and interview with Lori Huth. Essay by James Wardwell, and student poets from Christian campuses.
  • Issue 5
    Poetry by Susanna Childress and Debra Rienstra. Fiction excerpt by Emilie Griffin. Art from Houghton's 2007 presidential inauguration and a forum on women writing.
  • Issue 4
    Matthew Roth--new poems. Diane Glancy--from One of Us and an interview. John Tatter-on gardens and poetry. The Landscapes of John Rhett. Stephen Woolsey--on the poetry of Jack Clemo. James Wardwell--on Herrick.
  • Issue 3
    Poetry by Julia Kasdorf, Robert Siegel and Sandra Duguid. Fiction by Tom Noyes. The portraits of Alieen Ortlip Shea. An anthology of Australian Poets
  • Issue 2
    Thom Satterlee - Poems from Burning Wycliff with an appreciation by David Perkins. Alison Gresik - new fiction and an interview. James Zoller - Poems from Living on the Floodplain.
  • Issue 1
    Luci Shaw — new poems with an appreciation by Eugene H. Peterson & Hugh Cook — new fiction and an interview

Wednesday, November 15, 2006

Biographical Notes

Kevin Hart is considered by many as one of the major living poets writing in English. He has published several significant volumes of poetry, criticism and philosophy. At present he is Notre Dame Professor of Philosophy and Literature at the University of Notre Dame, Indiana. Karen Knight has been widely published both overseas and within Australia. She has been the recipient of several awards and three writer’s grants from Arts Tasmania, where she lives. James Harrison is Head of Theology at the Wesley Institute in Sydney. His book, ‘Paul’s Language of Grace in the Graeco-Roman World’ ( 2003 ) won a major international award. Ivan Head is an Anglican Priest and Warden of St. Paul’s College at the University of Sydney. His poetry collection, ‘The Projectionist’, was published in 2004. Andrew Lansdown has published several books of verse, plus short stories and fantasy novels. He is currently a Baptist Pastor in Western Australia. Peter Stiles has published poetry, articles and reviews within Australia and the United States. He is the Australian representative for the Conference on Christianity and Literature.