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Sandra Stone is an American poet and writer of both literary fiction and nonfiction. Contents 1 Life 2 Awards 3 Books 4 Poems 4.1 Anthologies 5 References 6 External links Life Sandra Stone is a writer, visual, and conceptual artist working in various genres. She has received more than 35 commissions from architectural teams to create art for both public interiors and the landscape. She specializes in creating metaphor for space through architectural concepts, context, and literary text. She has been awarded fellowships from Bread Loaf, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, and Literary Arts Inc. In 2007 her writing won the Dana Award in Poetry.[1] In 2000 her 25-word letter was chosen from among 7,500 entries as the winner of a one-time national competition sponsored by the Consulate-General of Japan in Portland and the US Postal Service. Her 1997 collection of poetry, Cocktails with Breughel at the Museum CafĂ©, was selected as the winner of a national manuscript competition. In 1998 Stone's book won the Oregon Literary Arts Book Award.[2] Her work has appeared in The Hudson Review, The New Republic, International Poetry Review, JAMA, The Midwest Quarterly, Denver Quarterly, The Southwest Review,[3] and elsewhere. She lives in Portland, Oregon,[4] and sometimes in New York City. Awards 2010 PSA Lucille Medwick Award 2010 Campbell Corner Poetry Contest 2007 Dana Award[5] 1998 Literary Arts Book Award for Poetry[6] 1997 General Services Administration National Design Award for literary narrative in the Mark O. Hatfield Federal Courthouse. Books Cocktails with Brueghel at the Museum Cafe. Cleveland State University Press. 1997. ISBN 9781880834251, 9781880834268.  Poems "Snow Whippets," PSA Lucille Medwick Award "The Sadness of Penmanship", Omnidawn Poetry Feature "For a Friend Who Decided Early to Stop Dialysis", JAMA "Taking A Piece Of Paper To The Bodyshop For Advice", Poetry in Motion "The Blue Mouse Theater Saturday Afternoon", CALYX 1, no. 2 (1976): 39. "By the Deschutes Shore: From a Watercolorist Concerned With Practice", CALYX 1, no. 2 (1976): 40. "A Primer", CALYX 7, no. 3 (1983): 34-35 Anthologies Sharon Wood Wortman and Joseph Boquiren, ed (2007). Walking Bridges Using Poetry as a Compass: Poems about Bridges Real and Imagined, with Directions for Five Self-Guided Explorations. Urban Adventure Press. ISBN 0978736532.  David Biespiel, ed (2006). Long Journey: Contemporary Northwest Poets. Oregon State University Press. ISBN 9780870710988.  Barbara LaMorticella and Steve Nemirow, ed (2000). Portland Lights: A Poetry Anthology. Nine Lights Press. ISBN 0967206006.  References ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ External links "Welcome to the Nye Beach Writers Series Past Presenter's Archive", Writers on the Edge "Poetry Feature: Sandra Stone" Persondata Name Stone, Sandra Alternative names Short description Date of birth Place of birth Date of death Place of death