The Timberline Review is an all-volunteer literary journal operated by Willamette Writers. While we are currently closed to submissions, we will open again in the fall to work in the following categories: poetry, fiction (flash, short story, novella, and novel excerpt), creative nonfiction (essay and memoir), critical commentary (annotation, book review, literary analysis, and craft instruction), drama, hybrid, graphic novel, and visual art (b&w and color).
Join us to celebrate
On August 3rd, we will celebrate the launch of Issue #7 at the Willamette Writers Conference in Portland, Oregon, with readings from our authors. Join us to celebrate! This event is open to the public. Find out more here.
Submissions are now closed
Our editors are busy reading submissions and preparing the Timberline Review Issue 7, with the theme of Rebirth. Look for publication in early August, 2018. Thank you for reading and supporting our journal. We would particularly like to thank our volunteers and staff who come together to create this publication. You can find out more about all they do here.
What people say about The Timberline Review
“In the Timberline Review, each poem and story is a beacon calling to the best in us to read deeper, climb higher.”
— Kim Stafford, poet
— Eric M. Witchey, freelance writer/editor
— Melissa Oliveira, The Review Review
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 literary journal took hold as a way to celebrate that legacy, and we’re still celebrating! Find out more About Us.