Volume 11 Number 2 Summer 2012

Like our new look? After 11 years, we thought it was time for a facelift–well, maybe not quite a facelift, though we have had a little Botox. Please excuse our dust while we continue moving into our new digs. One of the cool features of our new site is the addition of an Archives, which our contributors have been requesting. We’ll be adding all the reviews, interviews, and writers resources over the next few weeks. We’re excited about the more interactive aspects of this new site. We hope you like it!

It’s still A Dickens of a Year at The Copperfield Review.  Our Dickens essays and reviews are still on our Nonfiction page, and we’re not done yet. Executive Editor Meredith Allard has more to say on our Dear Readers page. We’ll be adding more Dickens reviews and essays throughout this edition–and throughout 2012!

We are now accepting submissions via our E-Submissions Manager. See our Guidelines for more information. For helpful tips on submitting to editors, check here.

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Her Loving Husband’s Curse, Book Two in The Loving Husband Trilogy, is now available from Copperfield Press.

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The Copperfield Review, A Journal for Readers and Writers of Historical Fiction  Published by Copperfield Publications © 2001-2012. All rights reserved.

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Since 2000, The Copperfield Review has been a leading market for historical fiction. Copperfield was named one of the top sites for new writers by Writer's Digest and it is the winner of the Books and Authors Award for Literary Excellence. We publish short historical fiction as well as history-based nonfiction, poetry, reviews, and interviews.
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