Ronald J Stone
Stone, an attorney practicing in Harlem, NY, has MA (English) and LLB degrees from Yale (both 1966). Previously having published criticism in Philip Rahv's Modern Occasions ('The Novel in the Age of the Movies' - between Sartre to the right and Philip Roth to the left) and other places, he returns to litrashur in this current guise after 35 years of being Lord knows where.
[ fiction - january 14 ]
A legal textbook, concluding chapter
[ fiction - october 12 ]
A collaborative study
[ fiction - september 11 ]
The only law book you'll ever need
[ fiction - june 10 ]
"In this book, Stone has done for Lowest Court Law and Jurisprudence what Moby Dick previously did for porpoises. Many kudos to you, Judge Stone."
[ fiction - november 09 ]
A short story about memory.
[ fiction - october 09 ]
(Initial Excerpt of - One Hopes - Many)
[ fiction - september 09 ]
The voice now boomed out of the phone. "Mabel Baby, this is God." "Who?" I asked. "God, Mabel, God. This is God."
[ fiction - august 09 ]
(this is the way the world ends)
[ fiction - july 09 ]
"There being no public urine use made by petitioner, there is no decision. Furthermore, there being no case, I dismiss all charges. So ordered."
[ fiction - may 09 ]
A message in a bottle.