One of the most elegant journals, anywhere…

Water~Stone Review Volume 19Water~Stone Review is one of the most elegant, substantial literary journals anywhere on the American scene. Don’t miss it. It will nourish and uplift you.  — Naomi Shihab Nye

The fall 2016 issue of Water~Stone Review invites readers to experience the “ink face and paper bones” of the Hmong people, many of whom found new homes in Minnesota after the end of the Vietnam War. Nearly 300 pages of poetry and prose capture the continuum of human experience.

Founded in 1998, Water~Stone Review is a literary annual published by the Creative Writing Programs at Hamline University in St. Paul, Minnesota. Photography is curated by students at the Minneapolis College of Art & Design. I’m honored that the editors chose to include my poem, “Visiting Hours,” in their lush and beautifully produced “Paper Bones” issue.

Order Water~Stone Review, volume 19, Paper Bones

Cover Image: ORIGINS: Spirit of Eve, 2015, by Bobby Rogers

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