The Chattahoochee Review is pleased to sponsor the appearance of New York Times bestselling author and Perimeter College alumna Joshilyn Jackson as the keynote speaker for the 2016 Georgia Women’s Conference. Presented by the Diversity Alliance at Georgia State University’s Perimeter College, the annual conference showcases concepts of art, scholarship, and politics from the female […]

Exciting book news from our contributors! Lindsey Drager’s debut novel now available from Dzanc, The Sorrow Proper, is an “investigation of the anxiety that accompanies change.” Laird Hunt praises its “rigor and tenderness,” echoed by Brian Evenson:  “Deft and moving, The Sorrow Proper intricately explores the dynamics of loss, both cultural and personal, and the way […]

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 […]

  In Life Outside the Set, Michael Diebert weaves together frayed threads in the tapestry of human experience. Rooted in memory and mind, these poems illustrate frustration with being caught between the Scylla of the hazy wished-for and the Charybdis of the ad-libbed actual, but they also insist on the beautiful and wondrous as, in […]