Published online four times per year from the Department of English at Trevecca Nazarene University, Cumberland River Review has held a prominent name for itself among our great reading recommendations. Accepting submissions from September – April with a response time of three months, now is the time to read up and decide if this is a good venue for your work! This most recent issue features poetry by Garret Keizer, Austin Segrest, Therese Gleason, Grant Clauser, Anna Girgenti, Jane Qwart, John A. Nieves, Kelsey D. Mahaffey, Elisabeth Murawski, and Jeff Hardin, with artwork (Cloud Shadow) by Chuck Thomas.
Publishing quarterly poetry, fiction, essays, and art online, the newest issue of Cumberland River Review features poetry by Michael Phillips, Anne Whitehouse, Eleanor Lerman, Adina Edelman, Angie Crea O’Neal, Lee Peterson, Michael Carrino, Steven Winn, Margaret Mackinnon, Cindy King, fiction by Allen Stein, and artwork by Michael Azgour. In her poem, “Cooks and Counterweights,” Eleanor Lerman asks, “So where are the adults who said they / would take over? Who were supposed / to face the future because sacrifices were made?” Visit the CRR website to find the answer.
This issue of Cumberland River Review features new poetry by Jane Zwart, Paul Hamill, Alex Aldred, Merrill Oliver Douglas, Mary Elizabeth Birnbaum, Al Maginnes, Lauren Claus, Julia Wendell, David O’Connell, and Emily Light. Fiction by Ben Penley. Artwork by Chris Gwaltney.
In the new issue of Cumberland River Review, find fiction by Rebecca Reynolds; art by Brooke Shaden; and poetry by Corinna McClanahan Shroeder, E. B. Schnepp, Elisabeth Murawski, David Landon, Alice Friman, Julie L. Moore, and more.