From the Festival site: Georgia State University will host “Revival: Lost Southern Voices Festival,” a two-day literary festival celebrating underappreciated writers of Southern poetry and prose, on Friday, March 31, and Saturday, April 1, at the university’s Dunwoody Campus. The event is free and open to the public, but registration is encouraged. The festival will […]

Contributing editor Theodore Worozbyt’s books are The Dauber Wings (Dream Horse Press, 2006); Letters of Transit, winner of the Juniper Prize (The University of Massachusetts Press, 2008); and Smaller Than Death (Knut House Press, 2015). The City of Leaving and Forgetting, his most recent chapbook, appears in Country Music. Migration issue contributor Sara Jean Lane is […]

Source: Global Connectivity and Multiculturalism in Publishing: A Roundtable Chat With the Editors of Chattahoochee Review, Waxwing, and Manoa: A Pacific Journal of International Writing | The Review Review

  Please join The Chattahoochee Review and the GPC Diversity Alliance on Thursday, March 19 and Friday, March 20 for the 2015 Georgia Women’s Conference. For the third year running, The Chattahoochee Review will shine a spotlight on the female perspective in literature, encompassing the genres of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. Conference readings and discussions […]

Enjoy the Labor Day Weekend with TCR at the Ninth Annual AJC-Decatur Book Festival (AJC-DBF), which each year brings together thousands of authors, publishers, and all-around aficionados of the literary arts. As in years past, TCR editors will be participating in the following programs throughout the three-day event: Friday, August 29-Writer’s Conference Workshops Presenters: Michael […]

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 […]

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!