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Inspiration from Kristine Ong Muslim

We adore Kristine Ong Muslim’s translations of Marlon Hacla’s poems in Volume 40.1. Sample one of her translations here, and for a glimpse into her inspiration,  [read more]

Contributor Reads

It’s 2015, just weeks after the historic Supreme Court marriage equality ruling, and all Sebastian Mote wants  [read more]

Inspiration from Komal Mathew

Volume 40.1 features three poems by Komal Mathew, found here. We asked Mathew to share the inspiration behind these  [read more]

Volume 40.1!

Poems: Ruth Bardon, Mirande Bissell, Darren Demaree, Eli Eliahu, translated from the Hebrew by Marcela Sulak; Stuart Gunter, Marlon Hacla, translated from the Filipino by Kristine Ong  [read more]

Contributor Reads, COVID-19 Edition

We asked contributor Sari Fordham from our new issue, Volume 40.1, to share thoughts on writing and life in quarantine. Read her essay “The Mountain Lions of  [read more]

What inspires you? COVID-19 Edition

We asked poet Ruth Bardon from our forthcoming issue for a take on inspiration during the coronavirus pandemic. Read  [read more]

Contributor Reads, COVID-19

William Fargason, whose poem “Sieve” appears in Volume 36.2-3, has a debut book of poems, Love Song to the Demon-Possessed  [read more]

2020 Lamar York Prize Winners and Finalists

Thank you to all of the writers who entered, with a special thanks to our judges, Alice Bolin for Nonfiction and Anthony Varallo for Fiction.

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Visiting Poets Series of Readings & Workshops

The Chattahoochee Review in partnership with the Perimeter College Honors College and Creative License magazine is pleased to present Mario  [read more]

Contributor Reads

Map to the Stars, the fourth poetry collection from National Book Award and Pulitzer  [read more]

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  • Students and instructors become first scholars on new work
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Inspiration(s) for “The Working-Class Ophelia”


Frozen like a thing of stone
I sit in thy shadow  [read more]

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