"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.
Entropy Magazinepublished 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."
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."
How do you introduce mystery into an opening but not confuse the reader? Sarah Stone beautifully examines this issue, with wonderful examples and analysis in "Mystery vs. Confusion," a new CRAFT Talk. "In revision, we have to decide which of our mysteries are useful an...