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Contributor Reads

Enjoy their work in the Lost & Found issue, and seek out their full-length collections:

From Christian Anton Gerard, Holdfast
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Lamar York Prizes for Fiction and Nonfiction

Now open. Kevin Wilson is judging  [read more]

Intern Intrigue

Cheers to our newest and fabulous intern!

Name: Fariha Hossain

Age: 20, but my wire-rimmed glasses whisper, “Granny,” while my  [read more]

Classroom Adoption

Why join our Classroom Adoption Program?

  • Students and instructors become first scholars on new work
  • Special-focus issues pair with research themes
  • Online  [read more]

Contributor Reads

From Chaya Bhuvaneswar, White Dancing Elephants:

Chaya Bhuvaneswar’s debut collection maps with great assurance the intricate outer  [read more]

Craft Talk, by Richard Dokey

THE EMPTY PAGE

 

A Japanese writer, whose name I cannot recall, killed himself. He left a note. The note said, “I did this because I  [read more]

Contributor Reads

More books by contributors from our current issue, 38.1!

From Jessica Cuello, Hunt:

Winner of The  [read more]

TCR Guest Author Series featuring Julia Franks

Book Title: Over the Plain Houses (Hub City Press, 2016)
Dates, Times, & Locations:
Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2018; 11:30 a.m.; SH-1500 (Classrooms Building) Perimeter College’s Decatur Campus
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The 2018 TCR Writers' Studio

The Chattahoochee Review Writers’ Studio takes place on Friday, Sept. 21, 2018, from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on the 4th floor of the JCLRC (CL) Building; Room CL-4100 on  [read more]

TCR at the 2018 AJC-Decatur Book Festival

Spend a portion of the Labor Day Weekend with The Chattahoochee Review (TCR) at the annual AJC-Decatur Book Festival (AJC-DBF). This year marks the 13th running of  [read more]

Contributor Reads

From two Neighbors issue contributors, two exciting new books of poetry: Mamasafari and My Beloved Had a Vineyard!

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Contributor Spotlight: Terry Ann Thaxton

Terry Ann Thaxton’s “How My Body Was Made,” an elegiac model of how an essay can function as both visceral and emblematic, appears in our current issue,  [read more]

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