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Issue 18

Summer 2016

Issue 18, Summer 2016, features fourteen poems by new and established writers explore a wide range of topics, including family, love, loss, memory, and grief.

Issue 17

Summer 2015

Gratitude percolates throughout the twelve poems featured in the Summer 2015 issue of the Coal Hill Review. Featuring work by Ruth Madievesky, Jeff Whitney, and collaborative writing by Simone Muench and Dean Rader, among others.

Issue 16

Winter 2015

For this issue, we’re offering an online excerpt of Matthew Thorburn's A Green River in Spring, winner of the 2014 Coal Hill Review Chapbook Prize

Issue 15

Summer 2014

Nature and place-based imagery come to the forefront in the ten poems that flood Issue 15 of the Coal Hill Review. Amie Whittemore's canaries become "yellow ornaments in trees," Romella D. Kitchens' "Fairmont" opens with a red maple, while Alice Derry's reader will "step into a courtyard drenched in jasmine/and lemon blossom."

Issue 14

Winter 2014

For this issue, we’re offering an online version of Peter Schireson's The Welter of Me and You, winner of the 2013 Coal Hill Review Chapbook Prize

Issue 13

Winter 2013

For this issue, we’re offering an online version of Victoria Kelly's Prayers of an American Wife, co-winner of the 2012 Coal Hill Review Chapbook Prize

Issue 12

Winter 2013

For this issue, we’re offering an online excerpt of Paul Martin's Rooms of the Living, co-winner of the 2012 Coal Hill Review Chapbook Prize

Issue 11

Summer 2012

Poems jut from the thresholds of Issue 11. Brian Heston, Jennifer Soule, Rachel Andoga, Deborah Flanagan, Arne Weingart, Nellie Hill, Heather McNaugher, Duncan Campbell, Jeanine Stevens, and a collaborative poem between Walter Bargen and John Samuel Tieman round out Summer 2012's Coal Hill Review.