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TCR Guest Author Series Reading Featuring Soniah Kamal Podcast

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The Chattahoochee Review at the Decatur Book Festival

Please visit The Chattahoochee Review‘s table on the Decatur Square across from Starbucks at this weekend’s Decatur Book Festival, where you’ll find discounted subscriptions and copies! Also note the  [read more]

Contributor Success

We celebrate a new collection from Matthew Pitt, lively and original author of “Jingoes” in our Off the Record issue. More about the book:

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Contributor Success

Billy O’Callaghan, whose story “The Boatman” appears in our most recent special-focus issue, Off the Record, released his popular novel The Dead House in May. From the publisher:
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Contributor Success

Stephanie Powell Watts‘s story “Money in My Hand” appears in Volume 34.1 and in our Archived Features. Now available, a summer must-read, her debut novel, No One  [read more]

Contributor Success

Alexander Weinstein‘s stories have appeared in both Volume 34.1 and Volume 36.1 of The Chattahoochee Review. His debut collection, Children of the New World, was named one of  [read more]

Volume 37.1

Now available in our TCR TouchNet Store for $8 – an issue full of amazing contributors whose work we hope will inspire you!

Classroom Adoption

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We have completed our reading for Neighbors. Thanks to all who submitted!

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Try a subscription for $16

With the spring issue almost ready to arrive at your doorstep, now’s a good time to subscribe or renew for $16 (including shipping), a great deal for inspired writings of  [read more]

2017 Lamar York Prize Winners and Finalists

Each year, we gain respect for the responsibility of reading prize entries. We receive creative work in a creative spirit. To all of the writers who submitted, wherever they find  [read more]

TCR at AWP

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  [read more]

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