Volume 16 2017

Do you write short historical fiction or poetry? Do you write personal essays about the writing life or tips for writing historical fiction? Do you write reviews of historical novels? Do you interview historical novelists? See our Submission Guidelines. 

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Fiction

Shakespeare Meets the Macbeths by Michael Bloor

The Poet’s Wife; The Mistress’ Sister by Gina M. Bright

Daphne’s Dilemma by Ronda R. Cook

Farewell the Day by Carole Green

The Last Campaign of Ulysses S. Grant by Ted Harvey

Right Between the Eyes by Hazel Kevlihan

Merlin’s Prediction by Lisette J. Merry

His Excellency by H.G. Warrender

The Foundry Lad by Amy Wood

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Poetry

Eve Brackenbury

Franklin Gillette

Ashley Kauffman

Maya Wahrman

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Reviews

The Song of Achilles Review by Meredith Allard

Maharanis: The Lives and Times of Three Generations of Indian Princesses Review by Rosemary Johnson

The Irrationalist: The Tragic Murder of René Descartes Review by Richard Moorton

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Nonfiction

Writing Historical Fiction Part 1 by Meredith Allard

Writing Historical Fiction Part 2 by Meredith Allard

Writing Historical Fiction Part 3 by Meredith Allard

Writing Historical Fiction Part 4 by Meredith Allard

Writing Historical Fiction Part 5 by Meredith Allard

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ISSN 1533-3736
The Copperfield Review, A Journal for Readers and Writers of Historical Fiction. © 2000-2017. All rights reserved.

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