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Pine Hills Review Established in 2014 and named after the Pine Hills neighborhood in Albany, NY, Pine Hills Review (ISSN 2470-8321) publishes artful, honest, and compelling work of new and established writers.

Established in 2014, Pine Hills Review (ISSN 2470-8321) is the literary magazine of The College of Saint Rose. Named after the Pine Hills neighborhood in Albany, NY, Pine Hills Review publishes artful, honest, and compelling work of new and established writers, from fiction, nonfiction, and poetry, to visual art, interviews, and experimental, cross-genre work. Our staff is composed of students and faculty at The College of Saint Rose.

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04/06/2022

Tonight on Zoom!

The Albany NY Library and Pine Hills Review have joined forces to present a special National Poetry Month virtual reading featuring the four poets: Lisa Mottolo, Brenda Nicholas, Christian Ortega, and Edward Rinaldi!
⁠Register on the APL events page:
https://albanypubliclibrary.libcal.com/event/8904122

04/05/2022
04/05/2022

Tomorrow night April 6 on Zoom!

The Albany NY Library and Pine Hills Review have joined forces to present a special National Poetry Month virtual reading featuring the four poets: Lisa Mottolo, Brenda Nicholas, Christian Ortega, and Edward Rinaldi!
⁠Register on the APL events page:
https://albanypubliclibrary.libcal.com/event/8904122

One week from today! Albany Public Library and Pine Hills Review have teamed up to present four poets with Albany/Capita...
03/30/2022

One week from today! Albany Public Library and Pine Hills Review have teamed up to present four poets with Albany/Capital Region connections/roots to share their work: Christian Ortega, Brenda Hanaburgh Nicholas, Lisa Mottolo, and Edward Rinaldi, coming to you live on Zoom!

The Albany NY Library and Pine Hills Review have joined forces to present a special National Poetry Month virtual reading featuring the four poets: Lisa Mottolo, Brenda Nicholas, Christian Ortega, and Edward Rinaldi!

⁠Register on the APL events page:
https://albanypubliclibrary.libcal.com/event/8904122

ABOUT THE POETS

CHRISTIAN ORTEGA is a poet, publisher, and artist from NYC. He schooled himself in communications on the job in the fields of retail, publishing, and advertising and by furthering his education at The New School and the Fashion Institute of Technology. Christian founded Recto y Verso Editions, Inc. www.rectoyverso.com in 2017, now located in the Warehouse District of downtown Albany, NY, to facilitate a dialogue between the Literary Arts and the Visual Arts. His published works include Epigrams (2000), I Know What You Did In The 80’s (2006), CONCEPTS and TITLES (2009), RED POEMS (2014) and his latest work, a contemporary digital biography, Rants For Social Media (2020). More at christianortega.com

BRENDA NICHOLAS teaches at Cape Fear Community College and serves as poetry editor of Hybridities. She is the author of Adrift a Fourth Wave (Kelsay Books 2022) and the chapbook Hari Om, Hurry Home (Finishing Line Press 2021). Her work has appeared in Painted Bride Quarterly, Main Channel Voices, Red River Review, Illya’s Honey, Menacing Hedge, Snapdragon, The Helix Magazine, and other literary journals.

LISA MOTTOLO is the project manager for Atmosphere Press and lives in Austin, TX. Her work has been published or is forthcoming in The Laurel Review, Santa Clara Review, Stonecoast Review, DIAGRAM, Little Patuxent Review, Typishly, Counterclock, Typehouse Literary Magazine, Pine Hills Review, and others. Her debut poetry collection is forthcoming with Unsolicited Press.

The consummate lay poet (entendre alert), EDWARD RINALDI was born in 1967, just smart enough to find humor being the fool. A parishioner of the restaurant industry, he has grown into a nifty slinger of phrase-ology in this attention span diminished brave new world of ours. Follow him on Twitter @blindedbeatpoet


#PoetryReading #PoetryMonth #AlbanyNY #PublicLibrary

An even fancier flyer for our event with Albany Public Library -- with QR code! We're so proud to co-present this readin...
03/21/2022

An even fancier flyer for our event with Albany Public Library -- with QR code! We're so proud to co-present this reading, which features Pine Hills Review contributors with local Albany-area connections!

The Albany NY Library and Pine Hills Review have joined forces to present a special National Poetry Month virtual reading featuring the four poets: Lisa Mottolo, Brenda Nicholas, Christian Ortega, and Edward Rinaldi!

⁠Register on the APL events page:
https://albanypubliclibrary.libcal.com/event/8904122

ABOUT THE POETS

CHRISTIAN ORTEGA is a poet, publisher, and artist from NYC. He schooled himself in communications on the job in the fields of retail, publishing, and advertising and by furthering his education at The New School and the Fashion Institute of Technology. Christian founded Recto y Verso Editions, Inc. www.rectoyverso.com in 2017, now located in the Warehouse District of downtown Albany, NY, to facilitate a dialogue between the Literary Arts and the Visual Arts. His published works include Epigrams (2000), I Know What You Did In The 80’s (2006), CONCEPTS and TITLES (2009), RED POEMS (2014) and his latest work, a contemporary digital biography, Rants For Social Media (2020). More at christianortega.com

BRENDA NICHOLAS teaches at Cape Fear Community College and serves as poetry editor of Hybridities. She is the author of Adrift a Fourth Wave (Kelsay Books 2022) and the chapbook Hari Om, Hurry Home (Finishing Line Press 2021). Her work has appeared in Painted Bride Quarterly, Main Channel Voices, Red River Review, Illya’s Honey, Menacing Hedge, Snapdragon, The Helix Magazine, and other literary journals.

LISA MOTTOLO is the project manager for Atmosphere Press and lives in Austin, TX. Her work has been published or is forthcoming in The Laurel Review, Santa Clara Review, Stonecoast Review, DIAGRAM, Little Patuxent Review, Typishly, Counterclock, Typehouse Literary Magazine, Pine Hills Review, and others. Her debut poetry collection is forthcoming with Unsolicited Press.

The consummate lay poet (entendre alert), EDWARD RINALDI was born in 1967, just smart enough to find humor being the fool. A parishioner of the restaurant industry, he has grown into a nifty slinger of phrase-ology in this attention span diminished brave new world of ours. Follow him on Twitter @blindedbeatpoet

#PoetryReading #PoetryMonth #AlbanyNY #PublicLibrary

The Albany NY Library and Pine Hills Review have joined forces to present a special National Poetry Month virtual readin...
03/12/2022

The Albany NY Library and Pine Hills Review have joined forces to present a special National Poetry Month virtual reading featuring the four poets: Lisa Mottolo, Brenda Nicholas, Christian Ortega, and Edward Rinaldi!

⁠Register on the APL events page:
https://albanypubliclibrary.libcal.com/event/8904122

ABOUT THE POETS

CHRISTIAN ORTEGA is a poet, publisher, and artist from NYC. He schooled himself in communications on the job in the fields of retail, publishing, and advertising and by furthering his education at The New School and the Fashion Institute of Technology. Christian founded Recto y Verso Editions, Inc. www.rectoyverso.com in 2017, now located in the Warehouse District of downtown Albany, NY, to facilitate a dialogue between the Literary Arts and the Visual Arts. His published works include Epigrams (2000), I Know What You Did In The 80’s (2006), CONCEPTS and TITLES (2009), RED POEMS (2014) and his latest work, a contemporary digital biography, Rants For Social Media (2020). More at christianortega.com

BRENDA NICHOLAS teaches at Cape Fear Community College and serves as poetry editor of Hybridities. She is the author of Adrift a Fourth Wave (Kelsay Books 2022) and the chapbook Hari Om, Hurry Home (Finishing Line Press 2021). Her work has appeared in Painted Bride Quarterly, Main Channel Voices, Red River Review, Illya’s Honey, Menacing Hedge, Snapdragon, The Helix Magazine, and other literary journals.

LISA MOTTOLO is the project manager for Atmosphere Press and lives in Austin, TX. Her work has been published or is forthcoming in The Laurel Review, Santa Clara Review, Stonecoast Review, DIAGRAM, Little Patuxent Review, Typishly, Counterclock, Typehouse Literary Magazine, Pine Hills Review, and others. Her debut poetry collection is forthcoming with Unsolicited Press.

The consummate lay poet (entendre alert), EDWARD RINALDI was born in 1967, just smart enough to find humor being the fool. A parishioner of the restaurant industry, he has grown into a nifty slinger of phrase-ology in this attention span diminished brave new world of ours. Follow him on Twitter @blindedbeatpoet


#PoetryReading #PoetryMonth #AlbanyNY #PublicLibrary

01/31/2022

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Tonight on Zoom! The Albany NY Library and Pine Hills Review have joined forces to present a special National Poetry Month virtual reading featuring the four poets: Lisa Mottolo, Brenda Nicholas, Christian Ortega, and Edward Rinaldi! ⁠Register on the APL events page: https://albanypubliclibrary.libcal.com/event/8904122
Tomorrow night April 6 on Zoom! The Albany NY Library and Pine Hills Review have joined forces to present a special National Poetry Month virtual reading featuring the four poets: Lisa Mottolo, Brenda Nicholas, Christian Ortega, and Edward Rinaldi! ⁠Register on the APL events page: https://albanypubliclibrary.libcal.com/event/8904122
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One week from today! Albany Public Library and Pine Hills Review have teamed up to present four poets with Albany/Capital Region connections/roots to share their work: Christian Ortega, Brenda Hanaburgh Nicholas, Lisa Mottolo, and Edward Rinaldi, coming to you live on Zoom!
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An even fancier flyer for our event with Albany Public Library -- with QR code! We're so proud to co-present this reading, which features Pine Hills Review contributors with local Albany-area connections! The Albany NY Library and Pine Hills Review have joined forces to present a special National Poetry Month virtual reading featuring the four poets: Lisa Mottolo, Brenda Nicholas, Christian Ortega, and Edward Rinaldi! ⁠Register on the APL events page: https://albanypubliclibrary.libcal.com/event/8904122 ABOUT THE POETS CHRISTIAN ORTEGA is a poet, publisher, and artist from NYC. He schooled himself in communications on the job in the fields of retail, publishing, and advertising and by furthering his education at The New School and the Fashion Institute of Technology. Christian founded Recto y Verso Editions, Inc. www.rectoyverso.com in 2017, now located in the Warehouse District of downtown Albany, NY, to facilitate a dialogue between the Literary Arts and the Visual Arts. His published works include Epigrams (2000), I Know What You Did In The 80’s (2006), CONCEPTS and TITLES (2009), RED POEMS (2014) and his latest work, a contemporary digital biography, Rants For Social Media (2020). More at christianortega.com BRENDA NICHOLAS teaches at Cape Fear Community College and serves as poetry editor of Hybridities. She is the author of Adrift a Fourth Wave (Kelsay Books 2022) and the chapbook Hari Om, Hurry Home (Finishing Line Press 2021). Her work has appeared in Painted Bride Quarterly, Main Channel Voices, Red River Review, Illya’s Honey, Menacing Hedge, Snapdragon, The Helix Magazine, and other literary journals. LISA MOTTOLO is the project manager for Atmosphere Press and lives in Austin, TX. Her work has been published or is forthcoming in The Laurel Review, Santa Clara Review, Stonecoast Review, DIAGRAM, Little Patuxent Review, Typishly, Counterclock, Typehouse Literary Magazine, Pine Hills Review, and others. Her debut poetry collection is forthcoming with Unsolicited Press. The consummate lay poet (entendre alert), EDWARD RINALDI was born in 1967, just smart enough to find humor being the fool. A parishioner of the restaurant industry, he has grown into a nifty slinger of phrase-ology in this attention span diminished brave new world of ours. Follow him on Twitter @blindedbeatpoet ⁠ #PoetryReading #PoetryMonth #AlbanyNY #PublicLibrary
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