Events

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2013 Georgia Women's Conference

Please join The Chattahoochee Review and the GPC Diversity Alliance this Friday, March 22 for the 2013 Georgia Women’s Conference. In keeping with the conference’s theme—The Female  [read more]

Saturday at AWP 2013, Boston!

Please join us at our AWP panel, “‘Because That’s the Way It’s Always Been Done’: When Literary Journals Face Necessary Change.”
Overview: Literary journals must respond  [read more]

Townsend Finalist Daniel Black reading and signing!

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Dr. Lawrence P. Jackson reading and signing My Father's Name, January 22, 11:30, NC 1100 Dunwoody

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MJCCA Book Festival Partnership! November 18th, 7:30!

Visit MJCCA for more information. We hope to see you there! [read more]

Georgia Literary Festival on Jekyll Island in three weeks!

Come see the Hooch on Jekyll Island November 10th! Natasha Trethewey is the keynote! From the web site: The 2012 Georgia Literary Festival features  [read more]

Kimberly Brock's The River Witch on Halloween, 1:00, NC 1240 Dunwoody

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Thomas Mullen, Townsend Prize Winner for The Many Deaths of the Firefly Brothers, September 27th, 11:30, GPC Dunwoody NB 2100

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The Hooch at DBF's Writers Conference, August 31st, 4-6

The Chattahoochee Review will discuss submissions and contributors during the Decatur Book Festival’s Writers Conference at Agnes Scott College,on Friday, August 31st, from 4-6. For more information about our  [read more]

The Hooch at AWP

The Hooch is presenting a panel at AWP 2013 in Boston: “‘Because That’s the Way It’s Always Been Done’: When Literary Journals Face Necessary Change.”
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Congratulations to our 2012 Townsend Finalists!

The Townsend Prize for Fiction is awarded biennially to the Georgia writer judged to have published the best book-length work  [read more]

2012 AWP Annual Conference, Chicago, March 1st-3rd

The first, double-issue under new editorship is sold out – except to AWP attendees! Join us during the first weekend in March at AWP’s bookfair, where The Chattahoochee Review  [read more]

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