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Cold Mountain Review
About Cold Mountain Review: A forum for well-told stories. We publish the narrative poetry and lyrical prose, and we are interested in the way contemporary literature is testing the boundaries of genre.
Appalachian State University
Boone, NC 28608
Phone: (828) 262-3098
Simultaneous submissions: yes Email submissions: no Reading period: 9/1-4/31 Response time: 3 months Contests: no ISSN: 1547-5972 Founded: 1972 Issues per year: 2 Distributors: Black Bear Books Copy price: $10 Average pages: 85 Sample price (postpaid): $8 Subscription (Ind) 1 year: $15 Subscription (Inst) 1 year: $30
Publisher’s description: Cold Mountain Review is a forum for well-told stories. We publish the narrative poetry and lyrical prose, and we are interested in the way contemporary literature is testing the boundaries of genre. Each issue of CMR features work intended to transport the reader to unexpected landscapes—emotional terrains that are sometimes joyful, occasionally disconcerting, always interesting.
Since its founding 35 years ago, CMR has featured writers such as Robert Morgan, R.T. Smith, Natasha Trethewey, Virgil Suarez, and Fred Chappell. CMR contributors have among them an Academy Award in Literature, and a number of other accolades that attest to the quality of conversation that has long been taking place in the pages of CMR.
Writers have different approaches to storytelling, and they write for varied reasons; but when they publish their work in CMR, they are telling their story directly to you, the reader. Lean in. Listen.
We are pleased to announce the release of our Fall 2013 issue. This issue of CMR features the innovative creative nonfiction of J. Malcolm García, Priscilla Long, and James McKean as well as extraordinary poetry from Alyse Bensel, Holly Day, Marc Swan, and other notable contributors. It also includes compelling fiction from Ruth Moose and a stunning cover photograph by L. Toshio Kishiyama.
This issue of CMR (Spring 2013) features the innovative creative nonfiction of Neil Mathison and Cielo Lutino as well as extraordinary poetry from Victoria Kelly, Davis Enloe, Brittney Scott, Robert Tremmel, and other notable contributors. It also includes compelling fiction from Nancy Packer and Debra Nicholson in addition to Koby Dagon’s beautiful cover photograph.
last updated 02/03/2014