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 Katherine E. Young’s stellar new book: Happy endings look like this: onions regilded, relics restored, the pathway to Hell recartooned on the wall. Even the tongues of the bells— newly hung—whisper, Redemption. —From “Zagorsk” “Katherine E. Young’s Day of the Border Guards is very much about crossing borders—those between reality and, in this case, Russia. […]
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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 […]
Featuring the Lamar York Prize Winners for Fiction and Nonfiction, Volume 34.1 is one of our best issues yet! Subscribe now and also receive our Fall/Winter double-issue with a special focus, “Skin.”
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 […]
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Our masthead poets are busy these days, and happily, some of them agreed to share their recent books and tips for emerging writers! First, a little about these fine poets… Michael Diebert is TCR’s poetry editor. He is the author of the collection Life Outside the Set (Sweatshoppe, 2013) and teaches writing and literature at […]
Every semester we mentor interns, working closely with them in an effort to provide an unmatched learning opportunity for GPC students. Meet this summer’s interns! Name: Justin Beaudrot Age: 26 Major: Journalism/Professional Writing Favorite Hooch piece: “The Dancing Bee” (forthcoming in the Skin issue). I have enjoyed most Hooch pieces I’ve read, so it […]
The Chattahoochee Review will hold a Summer workshop for new and returning “Writing the Veteran Experience” participants on GPC’s Dunwoody Campus, Tuesday, July 8, 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 in […]
“Little Reef and Other Stories announces the arrival of an original voice in literature. From Key West to Maine, Michael Carroll’s debut collection of stories depicts the lives of characters who are no longer provincial but are not yet cosmopolitan. These women and their gay male friends are ‘B-listers’ of a new, ironic, media-soaked culture. They […]