Wilderness House Literary Review

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The Wilderness House Literary Review is an American quarterly online literary magazine, based in Littleton, Massachusetts.[1] The magazine was launched in 2006.[2] It has published authors such as DeWitt Henry [3] – a founding editor of PloughsharesA. D. Winans,[4] Lyn Lifshin,[5] Mitchell Waldman,[6] and Hugh Fox[7] – one of the founding members of the Pushcart Prize and the first writer to publish a critical study on the work of Charles Bukowski.[8]

An interview with Robert Whiting, author of Tokyo Underworld, appeared in the autumn 2012 edition.[9]

Steve Glines publishes and edits the magazine.[10]

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