Sandra Stone in the author of Cocktails with Brueghel at the Museum Café, winner of the Oregon Book Award, later selected as one of 150 outstanding books of poetry by Oregon poets. Her poem "Snow Whippets" was named the 2010 winner of the Lucille Medwick award for a single poem on a humanitarian theme by the Poetry Society of America, as well as the 2010 winner of the Campbell Corner prize for Distnguished Entry in the philosophic lyric and the 2008 winner of the Dana Award for linguistic invention. Her work has appeared in The Hudson Review, New Republic, SW Review, among other publications.
Stone writes in Portland where she works as a conceptual artist commissioned by architectural firms to create metaphoric and literary narratives for public interiors and the landscape. Her second book, The Juggler of Day, will be published in Fall 2011. A comic opera for which she has written the libretto will premiere in 2012. She also makes mixed-media found and fabricated objects assembled in boxes to create narrative vignettes. Her photograph is from the window of the upper story of a stage set she constructed.
Cocktails with Brueghel at the Museum Cafe
Town is a Lamp in the Window