Meredith Allard is the Founder and Executive Editor of The Copperfield Review. She has taught creative writing and writing historical fiction workshops at Learning Tree University, UNLV, and the Las Vegas Writers Conference. Her writing has appeared in journals such as The Paumanok Review, Moondance, Muse Apprentice Guild, Wild Mind, Writer’s Weekly, The Huffington Post, and Introvert, Dear. She received her B.A. and M.A. degrees in English from CSU Northridge and her Ph.D. from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Meredith is the author of the bestselling paranormal historical Loving Husband Trilogy, and her sweet Victorian romance, When It Rained at Hembry Castle, was named a best historical novel by IndieReader. Her newest release, Painting the Past: A Guide for Writing Historical Fiction, was named a #1 New Release in Authorship by Amazon. Meredith has taught writing to students ages five to 75. She loves books, cats, and coffee, though not always in that order. She lives in Las Vegas, Nevada. Visit Meredith online at www.meredithallard.com.
Susan Arenstein has a B.A. degree in Communications from California State University, Northridge. After raising her two children, she decided to go to college to get her degree. After persevering for several years, she finally reached her goal.
Paula Day is the Review Editor for The Copperfield Review. She holds a degree in English from UCLA. She lives in Los Angeles, California.
The Copperfield Review has been featured in publications such as Writer’s Digest, Novel and Short Story Writer’s Market, Writer’s Market, Killer Startups, Duotrope, The Los Angeles Times, and Las Vegas Seven Magazine. It was named one of the top sites for new writers by Writer’s Digest and it received the Books and Authors Award for Literary Excellence. In 2018, The Copperfield Review was named one of the top historical book blogs. Since its beginning in 2000, The Copperfield Review has developed a worldwide reputation as a leading market for short historical fiction and historical poetry. Purchase our first anthology of historical fiction, History Will Be Kind, here.