Pine Hills Review (ISSN 2470-8321) is an online literary journal with a national focus that publishes artful, honest, and compelling work by new and established writers, from fiction, nonfiction, and poetry to visual art, interviews, and experimental, cross-genre work. We love irreverent, fun, different, and surprising work that tries to do something new. Established in 2014 at The College of Saint Rose and named for the Pine Hills neighborhood in Albany, NY, Pine Hills Review remains committed to creating an inclusive space for writers from all backgrounds. Our staff is composed of volunteers from The College of Saint Rose, as well as around the world.
To learn more about Pine Hills Review‘s editorial preferences and our general vibe, consult these links:
- “Irreverent, Fun, Different, Surprising: A Chat with Daniel Nester, Editor of Pine Hills Review” with Becky Tuch for Lit Mag News Roundup
- consult our entries in Duotrope, Poets & Writers, and CLMP directories
- read interviews our editor did for Trish Hopkinson’s website and Six Questions For…with Jim Harrington
Daniel Nester (editor; he/him) is the author most recently of Harsh Realm: My 1990s. His other books include Shader, How to Be Inappropriate, God Save My Queen I and II, and The Incredible Sestina Anthology, which he edited. He is professor of English at The College of Saint Rose in Albany, NY.
Regina Rosenfeld (editor; she/her) is a writer living in New York City. She attends Barnard College of Columbia University.
Sam Zimmerman (editor; she/her) is a current graduate student at SUNY New Paltz. She loves experimenting with different types of poetry and writing creative nonfiction. Her work has been featured in Sledgehammer Lit. She currently resides in a small town in the middle of nowhere in New York. You can keep up with her on Twitter @samthezim.
Alex Stephenson, Danni Beltran, Tori Felter, Michelle Lin, Taylor Casey, Sunny Leigh, Jennifer Austin, Thomas Santelli, Samson Dikeman, Alyssa Cohorn, Zelest Caraballo, Sarah Sherman (founding editor)
Logo design by Lesia Gribbin and Kim Szkudlarek
Image: “Doll at The Shop, Albany”