“Who are the women who brought my great-grandmother tea and straightened her bed? As anemone in midsummer, the air cannot find them and grandmother’s been...
17.032015September 10, 2019
The House With Feet: The Dire Importance of Ruth Stone’s Bequest
By Jessica ReidyIn FeaturedTags artifacts, artist, backpacking, chard dinoird, commune, conservation, Feminism, ghost, Goshen, grandmother, grief, Harvard, haven, heritage, history, italy, legacy, literature, MFA, musicians, new england, new york city, organic farm, po-biz, poetry, preservation, remodeling, ruth stone, suicide, SUNY Binghamton, the depression, the ruth stone foundation, trust, vassar, vermont, walter stone, writing, wwii