Read Brian Doyle’s tribute to his friend Tommy.
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Submit your work for the Winter/Spring 2017 issue.
“Rarely does a new literary journal begin with such high quality…” – Eric M. Witchey, freelance writer/editor
“New Pacific Northwest Lit Mag Reminds Readers of the Joys of Art for Art’s Sake”
So begins the terrific review of our first issue on The Review Review. READ it.
“There’s a little bit of everything here in this collection of bold, messy, human stories.”
–Melissa Oliveira, The ReviewReview
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Find out how it all began. Founding editors Peter Field & Pam Wells talk shop with The Review Review.
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The Timberline Review is a new literary journal, a collage of voices speaking through the written word. Short fiction. Creative nonfiction. Essays. Poetry. Work that has the power to inspire a conversation with the times we live in. We’re searching for bold new work from writers everywhere. Our mission is to find these voices, and to let them resound from the treetops. We proudly support literary freedom.
The Timberline Review is a publication of Willamette Writers, the largest writing organization in the Pacific Northwest. Founded in 1965, Willamette Writers celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2015. The idea for a literary journal took hold as a way to celebrate that legacy, and here we are in 2016, still celebrating!
Editors Peter Field and Pam Wells head up a dedicated editorial staff of volunteers. Find out more About Us.