Connect with TCR editors at “North America’s Largest Literary Conference,” the Association of Writers & Writing Programs Conference and Bookfair, this year in Washington, DC, February 9-11, and always an opportunity to inspire and be inspired by some of the best contemporary writers, editors, and publishers. Our editor, Anna Schachner, will be at our Bookfair table […]

Dear Readers, we hope you’ll support our mission of “Exporting the South, Importing the World” by investigating our latest offering, Off the Record, from a large group of brave writers. The issue is available for $8 in our TouchNet TCR store. And to all who submitted, thank you – we found an embarrassment of riches, taste […]

And sure to inspire your own musings, your own investigations about records undiscovered or unrecoverable . . . or not yet written, or not yet imagined. We found the gutsiest, most thoughtful, wildest, angriest, silliest, vacantly shocking, so shocking as to imply an almost-imperative at times: not within political issues, where we begin within cozy […]

Friday, TCR editors discussed our Classroom Adoption Program for panel attendees at TYC-GA and would like to thank the wonderful attendees. We encourage anyone interested to learn more information at clmp.org/adoption, or email lship@gsu.edu to reserve copies of Off the Record.

Enjoy the Labor Day Weekend with The Chattahoochee Review (TCR) at the annual AJC-Decatur Book Festival (AJC-DBF). This year marks the 11th running of the largest independent book festival in the country that features a stellar gathering of world-class authors, illustrators, editors, publishers, and booksellers.The festival kicks off at Emory’s Schwartz Center on Friday Sept. 2 at […]

The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation annually awards scholarships to students attending community colleges or two-year institutions in the US and planning to transfer to four-year institutions in the coming fall.  Each scholarship provides up to $40,000 a year for exceptional two-year college students.  A warm congratulations to a very deserving Ann Marie Hormeku, a 2016 […]

The Chattahoochee Review Guest Author Series is pleased to welcome T. Geronimo Johnson, winner of the 2015 Ernest J. Gaines Award for Literary Excellence to Georgia State University’s Perimeter College on Thursday, April 28, 2016, for a reading from his work and a Q-and-A session about the craft of fiction writing. Since the publication of […]