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November 26, 2018

Check out Sarah Stone's interview on Aspen Public Radio's First Draft: A Dialogue with Writers for a behind-the-scenes look into the writing of HUNGRY GHOST THEATER.

November 16, 2018

Transforming the Agenda: read Sarah Stone on her experience writing HUNGRY GHOST THEATER in November's Writer's Spotlight from Stanford Continuing Studies program. "Often if we care enough to write a novel about a subject, we may struggle with objectivity: our own pass...

November 13, 2018

The Rumpus selected HUNGRY GHOST THEATER: A NOVEL as its November 7 Local Book Pick.

November 9, 2018

Our recently published October 2018 books, UNNATURAL HABITATS and HUNGRY GHOST THEATER are in the top ten of Small Press Distribution's Bestsellers for September and October. Thank you to all who have purchased copies. You can find them online at Small Press Distributi...

October 15, 2018

"Prepare to be seduced straightaway by the sensuous beauty and penetrating wisdom of Sarah Stone’s second novel, Hungry Ghost Theater— starring the gifted, tormented, half-Jewish Zamarin family, 1993 through 2005." Read the rest of Joan Frank's review here.

October 10, 2018

Facts That Turn Out to Be Fiction: Ann Cummins and Sarah Stone on Writing, Landscape, and Family

"I sometimes think that writing fiction is part of how we both face and avoid external conflict, and even how we face and also avoid internal conflict."

October 4, 2018

Hungry Ghost Theater  is featured on LitHub's October Books to Read. Says Jane Ciabattari:

Sarah Stone’s Hungry Ghost Theater is an astonishing mosaic of fiction, theater, lyrical text and performance, tracing one family through many generations and permutations. It’s a...

October 3, 2018

The Millions: Here’s what we’re looking out for this month.

Siblings Robert and Julia Zamarin want to reveal the dangers of the world with their small political theater company while their neuroscientist sister Eva attempts to find the biological roots of empathy. While...

September 21, 2018

Entropy Magazine published a insightful review of author Sarah Stone, conducted by Nancy Au. "The pleasure in writing, for me, comes from having other places to go and lives to live, so many discoveries to make."
 

September 11, 2018

The American Library Association's Booklist reviewed Hungry Ghost Theater: A Novel.  "...Stone’s ingenious deconstruction of family life is a shrewd, evocative, and arresting portrait of dissolution and despair."

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