Volume 18 2019

Photograph by Aaron Burden on Unsplash

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

The Visionary Librarian by Michael Bloor

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

The White Ship by Richard Comerford

Daphne’s Dilemma by Ronda R. Cook

The Gladiator’s Lover by Patrick Harrison

Pale Bird Woman by Dennis Humphrey

Cassandra of Troy by Cathal Kehoe

Women’s March on Versailles by Signe Maene

Cobalt Blue by Kathryn McAllister

The Milliner of Klausenburg by Katherine Mezzacappa

The Forester’s Soup by Barbara Rath

And Anathema by Gregory Von Dare

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Poetry

Kristine Rae Anderson

Peter Bridges

Elizabeth Buttimer

Nancy Levinson 

Andrea Wyatt

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Reviews

Daughters of the Witching Hill Review by Meredith Allard

Everything I Never Told You 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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Interviews

Octavia Randolph by Maggie Fry

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ISSN 1533-3736
The Copperfield Review, a Journal for Readers and Writers of Historical Fiction. © 2000-2019. All rights reserved.

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