We’re reading submissions for our Lamar York Prizes for Fiction and Nonfiction, and we asked last year’s winners, Jeremy Collins and Alexander Weinstein, to share a few words of advice with prospective entrants. Winningly, they agreed. Jeremy Collins, Prize for Nonfiction Winner: I almost deleted the message. My thumb hovered over the delete button. […]
Our dynamic nonfiction editor Amber Nicole Brooks prepares readers for our forthcoming Skin issue with a tribute to one woman who started an important conversation on the topic, Eve Ensler, via Ensler’s new book, In the Body of the World: Author of The Vagina Monologues and one of Newsweek‘s 150 Women Who Changed the World, […]
The Chattahoochee Review seeks submissions for its Fall/Winter 2015 double issue with a special focus on Migration. Literal and figurative translations of the theme welcome. Not only flight, but also movement; not only movement, but also kinetics; not only kinetics, but also conflict; not only conflict, but also arrival; not only arrival, but also immersion. Dare to be […]
A hearty congratulations to our notables: Gail Griffin’s “The Messenger,” Volume 33.2-3 Delaney Nolan’s “Söyleyelim,” Volume 33.1 Deborah Thompson’s “Scavenger Love,” Volume 33.2-3 Special Issues: The Animal, Volume 33.2-3
The Lamar York Prizes for Fiction and Nonfiction await your stories and essays! With early submissions encouraged, now is the perfect time to submit! About our judges: Fiction David James Poissant is the author of The Heaven of Animals: Stories (Simon & Schuster, 2014). His stories and essays have appeared in The Atlantic, The Chicago Tribune, […]
Every semester we mentor interns, working closely with them in an effort to provide an unmatched learning opportunity for GPC students. Justin Beaudrot is back for another semester, and we have two new faces! Meet this fall’s interns! Name: Andrew J. Garner Age: 24 Major: English and Journalism Favorite Hooch piece: “Sab,” by Ann Pancake […]
Autumn is TCR‘s favorite, since that’s when The Lamar York Prizes for Fiction and Nonfiction open to you, dear writers! Every year, we’re amazed by the talent in our prizes submissions. And this year, celebrated writers David James Poissant and Marcia Aldrich will be judging. We couldn’t be more excited! About our judges: Fiction David James Poissant […]
Anne Valente brings wonder and reverence to stories of family and coming-of-age in her debut collection, By Light We Knew Our Names. Of these thirteen stories, roughly half employ a kind of magical realism or fabulism as illumination of their themes: in “Latchkey,” the opening story, children find that they are bonded together by the […]
TCR has continued 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 around the country […]
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TCR contributor Greta Schuler is finishing her first novel and pursuing a master’s degree in forced migration at the University of the Witwatersrand’s African Centre for Migration and Society. As an Ambassadorial Scholar, her study and stay in Johannesburg, South Africa, is funded by Missouri Rotary District 6060. Schuler, whose essay “Empty Boxes” won our 2012 […]
“In the latest issue of The Chattahoochee Review, Ron Cooper hosts a conversation with Paul Ruffin and Eric Miles Williamson about a possible movement called, ‘redneck noir, composed of writers strewn across the country . . . who are from poor backgrounds and proud to write about them.'” Read the rest.
Alexander Weinstein is director of the Martha’s Vineyard Institute of Creative Writing. His fiction and translations have appeared in Cream City Review, Notre Dame Review, Pleiades, PRISM International, Rio Grande Review, Quarter after Eight, Salamander, Sou’Wester, World Literature Today, and other journals. His fiction has been awarded The Gail Crump Prize (Pleiades), has been nominated […]
If you are a GPC student and wish to learn more about the world of literary publishing by becoming an intern, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org from your GPC email account. Every semester we mentor interns, working closely with them in an effort to provide an unmatched learning opportunity for GPC students.