Cold Mountain Review (CMR) is proud to announce the release of its Fall issue.
We are honored to once again place in your hands what we consider to be some of the most interesting and thought provoking work from some of the nation's best writers, artists and storytellers. The fall issue includes work from a startlingly broad array of voices and perspectives, from the solitude of the potter's workbench to the promise of a brightly lit fourth grade classroom to the uneasy desolation of a hospital waiting room at night.
The current issue of CMR features a striking full-color cover photograph by Matt Powell as well as poetry by Becky Gould Gibson, Mark Jay Brewin Jr., Carol Hamilton, Jim Bainbridge, Virginia Shank, Weston Cutter, and other notable contributors. The issue also includes creative non-fiction by Harmony Neal, a haunting account of love and loss by Robert Busby, as well as an unforgettable tale of faith and family by novelist Ted Wojtasik. The issue showcases the photo essay "Stolen Childhood." This documentary work by Michael Mullady presents an unflinching look at the lives of child coal miners.