As we look forward to the new Best American anthologies in October, we celebrate Lamar York prize Winner in Nonfiction Greta Schuler’s “Empty Boxes” as a notable essay in The Best American Essays 2013, and our Irish issue as a Notable Special Issue. “Empty Boxes” also received recognition in Best American Travel Writing, as did […]
Finalists’ books will be sold by Eagle Eye Bookshop at the event, and all finalists will be signing! To register, go to giving.gpc.edu/townsend. For more information on the ceremony and finalists, go to gpc.edu/townsend or call 678-891-3275. #GPCTOWNSEND
The Chattahoochee Review will hold a Spring workshop for new and returning “Writing the Veteran Experience” participants on GPC’s Dunwoody Campus, Tuesday, April 8, 2014, from 6-8 p.m., in room A 2110. The free workshop is designed for participants to write about their own experiences of military service or to share stories of the impact on their lives of others’ service. Although the main participants […]
Contributor Nuala Ní Chonchúir’s new, lovingly-crafted chapbook of flash fictions is a must-read! Of Dublin and Other Fictions includes “Jesus of Dublin” first published in our Irish issue, Volume 33.2-3, which received a special mention from The Best American Series. “Nuala Ní Chonchúir does sacred and profane, male and female, love, sex and war, body […]
We’ll be at table L-34 and we’d love to say hello! Discounted issues available in limited quantities! See “What the Dog Said: Writing in Unusual Points of View” with Cara Blue Adams, contributors Amina Gautier and Anthony Varallo, and managing editor Lydia Ship on Saturday at 9:00, Room 611, Washington State Convention Center, Level 6. […]
Thank you to all entrants in the Lamar York Prizes for Fiction and Nonfiction for sending us your best work. This year the competition was the toughest yet! On the task of selecting favorites (always subjective, of course), we were honored to consider so many fine submissions and to hand our judges such a gratifying […]
If you liked “Zero Hour and I’m Taking up Taxidermy” by Morris Collins in our Animal issue, you’ll love his first novel, Horse Latitudes! Pick up a copy and support emerging writers… with many publications in fine journals like ours under his belt already, we’re positive you won’t regret it. Still not convinced? Read an excerpt at The […]
By popular demand, The Chattahoochee Review will hold another Winter workshop for new and returning “Writing the Veteran Experience” participants on GPC’s Dunwoody Campus, Tuesday, February 4, 2014, from 6-8 p.m., room 2110 in the A Building. The free workshop is designed for participants to write about their own experiences of military service or to share stories of the impact on their lives of friends, […]
Nick Francis Potter is a multimedia artist and writer from Salt Lake City, Utah. His work has been featured in Black Warrior Review, Sleepingfish, Caketrain, Fairy Tale Review, The Collagist, and Devil’s Lake, among others. He currently lives in Missouri with his wife and two kids and blogs his drawings at nickfrancispotter.tumblr.com. Potter’s entertaining and […]
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TCR is continuing its Classroom Adoption Program by joining CLMP’s Lit Mag Adoption Program to offer more students the best value around for a literary journal in the classroom. Students can discover what’s happening in the literary world now for $3 an issue, including shipping! Find out why creative writing and literature classrooms from GPC […]
Dunwoody, home of GPC poet rock stars and many on our masthead, presents its much-anticipated annual faculty reading! You know you’re not doing anything better at 1 on a Monday, so come by the auditorium, but be there early to find a seat!