Monday, January 30, 2017

Portland writer Stevan Allred joins Timberline Review editorial staff


The Timberline Review is excited to announce that Portland writer Stevan Allred has joined the editorial staff as Fiction Editor for the Summer/Fall 2017 issue (submissions now open through April 30th). Stevan’s masterful debut collection of linked short stories, “A Simplified Map of the Real World,” launched Portland publisher Laura Stanfill’s Forest Avenue Press, back in 2013.

Stevan's fiction has appeared in: Brave on the Page: Oregon Writers on Craft and the Creative Life, Clackamas Literary Review, Bewildering Stories, Real, Windfall, Second Writes, Soundings, Perceptions, The Text, Inkwell, Mississippi Review, Ilya’s Honey, The Iconoclast, Rosebud, I Wanna Be Sedated: Thirty Writers on Parenting Teenagers, Pindledyboz, Beloit Fiction Journal, The Organ, The Cereal Box Review, whatevermom, The Gobshite Quarterly, The Paumanok Review, Berkeley Fiction Review, Contemporary Haibun Online, Lite: Baltimore’s Literary Newspaper, The Portland Mercury, Syzygy, Writers Northwest, Northwest Writers Handbook 1995, Stepfamily Advocate, Fireweed, and Portland Review.

Stevan co-teaches creative writing at the Pinewood Table with Joanna Rose.
The Timberline Review is a semi-annual literary journal publishing new works of short fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry and essays. More details at timberlinereview.com/submissions/