TCR Topshelf

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The Doctor's Wife: Portrait of an Artist


In one way, Skin contributor Luis Jaramillo’s first collection, The Doctor’s Wife, is like any first collection in that autobiography prevails, if autobiography  [read more]

Talking Tats with Taylor

Our next special-focus issue, due out in January, is all about Skin. Eva Talmadge, co-author of The Word Made Flesh: Literary Tattoos from  [read more]

Amber Nicole Brooks on Eve Ensler’s In the Body of the World

Our dynamic nonfiction editor Amber Nicole Brooks prepares readers for our forthcoming Skin issue with a tribute to one woman who started an important conversation on  [read more]

Peek into a first collection: By Light We Knew Our Names

Anne Valente brings wonder and reverence to stories of family and coming-of-age in her debut collection, By Light We Knew Our Names. Of these thirteen stories,  [read more]

Day of the Border Guards

TCR contributor Katherine E. Young’s stellar new book:
Happy endings look like this:
onions regilded, relics restored,
the pathway to Hell recartooned
on the wall. Even the tongues of the  [read more]

Proud to introduce Michael Carroll's Little Reef and Other Stories!

Little Reef and Other Stories announces the arrival of an original voice in literature. From Key West to Maine, Michael Carroll’s debut collection of stories  [read more]

Kate Sweeney's American Afterlife!


Miss the launch on Friday? Find out what everyone’s reading this spring before we leave you behind: American Afterlife: Encounters in the Customs of Mourning by GPC alumn  [read more]

Of Dublin and Other Fictions

Contributor Nuala Ní Chonchúir’s new, lovingly-crafted chapbook of flash fictions is a must-read! Of Dublin and Other Fictions includes “Jesus of Dublin” first published in our Irish issue,  [read more]

Check out Horse Latitudes!


If you liked “Zero Hour and I’m Taking up Taxidermy” by Morris Collins in our Animal issue, you’ll love his first novel, Horse Latitudes! Pick up  [read more]

Holiday Reading: The Color Master!

Find out why contributor Aimee Bender is “truly beloved by readers and critics alike” and “among the most imaginative, exciting, and intelligent writers of our time” in her  [read more]

Now Available! Braving the Fire: A Guide to Writing About Grief and Loss by Jessica Handler

Handler will be discussing Braving the Fire as part of The Chattahoochee Review‘s Guest Author Series on January 23rd at 2:30, Dunwoody campus, B 2100!

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