Volume 15 Number 1 Winter 2016

From Copperfield Press
From Copperfield Press

A great read for fans of Downton Abbey. When It Rained at Hembry Castle is the story of an aristocratic family, secrets that dare not be told, and the wonder of falling in love. Add it to Goodreads here.

Ebook: $.99 Paperback: $12.99

Available on 2/5/26 from Amazon, BN, Kobo, and iTunes

The Copperfield Review is now accepting advertising from authors and publishers who would like to get word out about their historical novels. See our Advertise page for more information.

 

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To celebrate our 15th anniversary, we asked readers and contributors why they love historical fiction. To see their answers, visit our Dear Readers page.

Why do you love historical fiction? Send your responses to copperreview(at)aol(dot)com any time during the Winter edition from now until the beginning of April and we’ll share your thoughts too!

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Fiction

A snowy day at Big Bear Lake, California.
A snowy day at Big Bear Lake, California.

Newfangled by Ann S. Epstein

Ignio by George Hickman

For Unto Us by Janice E. Rodriguez

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Poetry

William Carpenter

Janet Hatherley

Frank Russo

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Nonfiction

 

Unanswered: An Essay on Research by Jane Harrington

The Unhappiest Man I Ever Knew by William Locke Hauser

Defending Your ‘Based’: The Role of Invention in Fact-Based Historical Fiction by Michael Kula

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Reviews

Destiny’s Rebel by Charlie Britten

All the Light We Cannot See by Yushin Jeng

 

ISSN 1533-3736
The Copperfield Review, A Journal for Readers and Writers of Historical Fiction. Published by Copperfield Press © 2000-2016. All rights reserved.

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