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Pine Hills Review Pine Hills Review is the literary journal of The College of Saint Rose. 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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“I try to not fall into nostalgia unnecessarily”: An Interview with Robert Krut  by Sam Zimmerman
01/09/2022

“I try to not fall into nostalgia unnecessarily”: An Interview with Robert Krut by Sam Zimmerman

“I try to not fall into nostalgia unnecessarily”: An Interview with Robert Krut by Sam Zimmerman

2 girls walk into a patriarchy / 2 girls linger by the exit / rocking greasy curls and onyx lip stain that dulls after m...
10/27/2021

2 girls walk into a patriarchy /
2 girls linger by the exit /
rocking greasy curls and onyx lip stain that dulls after many many glasses of Pinot Noir /
they quote the Beauty Myth / Andrea Dworkin /

“The Riot Grrrls get Juvéderm, drunkorexia, and other tales” by Sofia Maher

2 girls walk into a patriarchy /
2 girls linger by the exit /
rocking greasy curls and onyx lip stain that dulls after many many glasses of Pinot Noir /
they quote the Beauty Myth / Andrea Dworkin /

“The Riot Grrrls get Juvéderm, drunkorexia, and other tales” by Sofia Maher

Sister to a martyr for the precious blood,/her greatest sacrifices were forgoing full-caf//lattes when pregnant and mani...
10/20/2021

Sister to a martyr for the precious blood,/her greatest sacrifices were forgoing full-caf//lattes when pregnant and manicures when her husband/was out of work.

“Imagine the Saints’ Less-Famous Siblings,” by Gary Leising

Sister to a martyr for the precious blood,/her greatest sacrifices were forgoing full-caf//lattes when pregnant and manicures when her husband/was out of work.

“Imagine the Saints’ Less-Famous Siblings,” by Gary Leising

Eight thousand years later we live with the decisions of bureaucrats/And missionaries who ignored and redacted the indig...
10/06/2021

Eight thousand years later we live with the decisions of bureaucrats/
And missionaries who ignored and redacted the indigenous words

“Reading Osip Mandelstam in Zion National Park” by Christian Teresi
https://pinehillsreview.com/2021/10/06/christianteresi/

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Christian Teresi

Eight thousand years later we live with the decisions of bureaucrats/
And missionaries who ignored and redacted the indigenous words

“Reading Osip Mandelstam in Zion National Park” by Christian Teresi
https://pinehillsreview.com/2021/10/06/christianteresi/

@christianteresi_
Christian Teresi

Announcing Pine Hills Review's 2021 Best of the Net Anthology  nominees!
09/22/2021

Announcing Pine Hills Review's 2021 Best of the Net Anthology nominees!

“I don’t write fairy tales”: An Interview with Gina Cruz, aka Mimi by Kayla DeMicco
09/19/2021

“I don’t write fairy tales”: An Interview with Gina Cruz, aka Mimi by Kayla DeMicco

“I don’t write fairy tales”: An Interview with Gina Cruz, aka Mimi by Kayla DeMicco

09/19/2021

“I don’t write fairy tales”: An Interview with Gina Cruz, aka Mimi
By Kayla DeMicco

09/10/2021

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07/21/2021

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“I try to not fall into nostalgia unnecessarily”: An Interview with Robert Krut by Sam Zimmerman https://pinehillsreview.com/2022/01/09/robertkrutqa/
“I try to not fall into nostalgia unnecessarily”: An Interview with Robert Krut by Sam Zimmerman
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