[Pardon us while we do a little housekeeping. The list of our first issue contributors will be back shortly!]
Release date: August 1, 2015
“The Timberline Review… is a remarkable—and remarkably moving—new addition to literary journals in America. From the very get-go all of the elements of a first-rate journal are here in abundance: gorgeous layout and design, a keen and yet eclectic editorial vision, and a myriad of voices coming together to sing of the mysteries of the human heart. Not only am I glad and grateful to be a small part of their first issue, I know I will follow its evolving content like few other journals around.”
— Robert Vivian, contributor, author, essayist, faculty of Alma College, Michigan, and Vermont College of Fine Arts MFA Program.
Robert Vivian is the recipient of The Timberline Review’s first annual Timberline Prize
“I’ve been reading through the first issue page by page… and I’m so impressed. You’ve really put together a fine journal and it’s an honor to be a small part of it.
— Penelope Scambly Schott, poet and contributor
“I received my author copies last night in the mail. I will honestly say that it’s the most beautiful first issue of a literary journal I’ve ever seen, and one of the most beautiful on any bookshelf anywhere.… You’ve entered the world with largeness, and I am humbled to be a small part of it.
— Steven Ray Smith, poet and contributor