Journal News

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Off the Record issue coming in Dec!

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,  [read more]

Intern Selfies!

Name: Naya Clark
Age: 20
Major: Journalism
Favorite Hooch piece: So far, “The Present Next,” by John Brandon, and “Trip,” by Audrey Spensley. That’s just so far, but they’re  [read more]

Hooch Intern Wins Jack Kent Cooke Scholarship

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  [read more]

A Glimpse of 36.1

John Brandon’s gorgeous prose is just the kind we love to share, so please don’t miss “The Present Next” in our Spring issue, previewed here:
Our readers will  [read more]

Pizza & Planning, Intern Ed.

Former interns come together to talk future study and work plans. We’ll continue sharing their successes here and on Twitter. If you’re a former intern with news to  [read more]

Contributor Spotlight

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);  [read more]

Visual Writing Prompt from Migration Issue Artists Martin & Muñoz

Walter Martin & Paloma Muñoz create fascinating miniature snow globes and scenes, inspiring our Migration cover and even inspiring Jonathan Lethem, who created a story based on their snow globes. Martin  [read more]

Call for Submissions: Off the Record

The Chattahoochee Review seeks submissions for its Fall/Winter 2016 double issue with a special focus: Off the Record. Literal and figurative translations of the theme welcome. Deadline September 15, 2016, or until the  [read more]

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

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

The Lamar York Prizes for Fiction and Nonfiction now open!

October is both delicious and terrifying, never in the expected ways. In homage to surprising inevitability, we’re opening our prizes in hopes of reading the story or essay you were  [read more]

Classroom Adoption Program

Last September, TCR continued its Classroom Adoption Program by joining CLMP’s Lit Mag Adoption Program to offer more students the best value around for a literary journal in the  [read more]

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