Pine Hills Review

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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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/

@christianteresi_
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

We're reading submissions! Go to pinehillsreview.com/submit for full guidelines.

07/21/2021

Any ideas for a name of a Pine Hills Review podcast? It has to be cool. Send them our way!

"I wonder if maybe this gray will work best for trim, because there’s something melancholy about this shade of gray, the...
07/04/2021

"I wonder if maybe this gray will work best for trim, because there’s something melancholy about this shade of gray, the actual name, the songs, my predisposition towards gloom."

“Payne’s Gray Pandemic Ponderings” by Diane Payne
https://pinehillsreview.com/2021/07/04/dianepayne

"I wonder if maybe this gray will work best for trim, because there’s something melancholy about this shade of gray, the actual name, the songs, my predisposition towards gloom."

“Payne’s Gray Pandemic Ponderings” by Diane Payne
https://pinehillsreview.com/2021/07/04/dianepayne

Check out the print version of the story--complete with photos of our The College of Saint Rose student editors!
07/03/2021

Check out the print version of the story--complete with photos of our The College of Saint Rose student editors!

Check out the print version of the story--complete with photos of our The College of Saint Rose student editors!

Let's welcome another addition to our editorial board! Alexis Stephenson is no stranger to Pine Hills Review. She was an...
06/30/2021

Let's welcome another addition to our editorial board! Alexis Stephenson is no stranger to Pine Hills Review. She was an integral part of our F*ck 2020 special feature, for one, since she was the person who suggested the name!

Alexis Stephenson (editor; she/her) is a senior English major at The College of Saint Rose. In the future, Alexis wants to be a freelance content designer and believes being part of editing and publishing will help prepare her. When she’s not writing or reading, she spends her time alpine skiing and playing with her dogs.

Let's welcome another addition to our editorial board! Alexis Stephenson is no stranger to Pine Hills Review. She was an integral part of our F*ck 2020 special feature, for one, since she was the person who suggested the name!

Alexis Stephenson (editor; she/her) is a senior English major at The College of Saint Rose. In the future, Alexis wants to be a freelance content designer and believes being part of editing and publishing will help prepare her. When she’s not writing or reading, she spends her time alpine skiing and playing with her dogs.

"The roads will keep coughing up soot. The dust will still/weave itself inside the white ribbons of the snow banks"“Afte...
06/27/2021

"The roads will keep coughing up soot. The dust will still/weave itself inside the white ribbons of the snow banks"

“After Reading Keats’ ‘Ode on Melancholy’ in Late February” by Meghan Sterling

https://pinehillsreview.com/2021/06/27/meghansterling

"The roads will keep coughing up soot. The dust will still/weave itself inside the white ribbons of the snow banks"

“After Reading Keats’ ‘Ode on Melancholy’ in Late February” by Meghan Sterling

https://pinehillsreview.com/2021/06/27/meghansterling

Join us in welcoming some new additions to our editorial board. Next addition: Regina Rosenfeld! Regina starting working...
06/23/2021

Join us in welcoming some new additions to our editorial board. Next addition: Regina Rosenfeld! Regina starting working with us this summer and is already making a mark!

Regina Rosenfeld (assistant editor) is an 18-year-old writer living in New York City. She will attend Barnard College of Columbia University this fall.

Join us in welcoming some new additions to our editorial board. Next addition: Regina Rosenfeld! Regina starting working with us this summer and is already making a mark!

Regina Rosenfeld (assistant editor) is an 18-year-old writer living in New York City. She will attend Barnard College of Columbia University this fall.

Join us in welcoming some new additions to our editorial board. First up: Alex J. Tunney! Alex is an alumnus of The Coll...
06/23/2021

Join us in welcoming some new additions to our editorial board. First up: Alex J. Tunney! Alex is an alumnus of The College of Saint Rose and published his short story, "The Island," back in January of 2020. We're really happy to have him on board!

Alex J. Tunney (contributing editor) is a writer somewhere in downstate New York. His writing has been published in the Lambda Literary Review, The Rumpus, The Billfold, The Inquisitive Eater, First Person Scholar and Complete Sentence. You can keep up with them on Instagram at @axelturner.

Join us in welcoming some new additions to our editorial board. First up: Alex J. Tunney! Alex is an alumnus of The College of Saint Rose and published his short story, "The Island," back in January of 2020. We're really happy to have him on board!

Alex J. Tunney (contributing editor) is a writer somewhere in downstate New York. His writing has been published in the Lambda Literary Review, The Rumpus, The Billfold, The Inquisitive Eater, First Person Scholar and Complete Sentence. You can keep up with them on Instagram at @axelturner.

"A border wall is a method of keeping people away, of denying them a voice, of literal erasure from American life."--"Ev...
06/22/2021

"A border wall is a method of keeping people away, of denying them a voice, of literal erasure from American life."--

"Everyone comes to erasure for different reasons": An Interview with Isobel O'Hare by Sam Zimmerman
https://pinehillsreview.com/2021/06/22/isobelohareqa

A discussion of the new anthology Erase the Patriarchy, out from @uhellpress

"A border wall is a method of keeping people away, of denying them a voice, of literal erasure from American life."--

"Everyone comes to erasure for different reasons": An Interview with Isobel O'Hare by Sam Zimmerman
https://pinehillsreview.com/2021/06/22/isobelohareqa

A discussion of the new anthology Erase the Patriarchy, out from @uhellpress

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