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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]

Off the Record Double Issue Now Available!

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.  [read more]

TCR Guest Author Series Reading featuring Gray Stewart

Book Title: Haylow (Livingston Press at the University of West Alabama)
Date & Time: Wednesday, February 15, 2017; 2:30 p.m.
Location: [read more]

Viewed from Space, All Things are Beautiful: Patrick Ryan’s The Dream Life of Astronauts

A review by Ginger Eager
 
The Dream Life of Astronauts. Patrick Ryan. The Dial Press. 2016. 272 pp. $26.00 (hardback).
 
Patrick Ryan’s new collection, The Dream Life of  [read more]

A TCR-Partnership Event: Alice Hoffman, Faithful

The Chattahoochee Review in partnership with the Marcus Jewish Community Center of Altanta (MJCCA) is pleased to support the 25th Annual Book Festival of the MJCCA. Taking place  [read more]

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]

RESERVE YOUR COPIES TODAY!

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  [read more]

TCR Guest Author Series Reading featuring Brian Panowich

Book Title: Bull Mountain (G.P. Putnam’s Sons)
Date & Time: Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2016; 1 p.m.
Location: CN 2220, Perimeter College at Georgia State University, Clarkston Campus
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