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Classroom Adoption Podcast: Greta Schuler

TCR contributor Greta Schuler is finishing her first novel and pursuing a master’s degree in forced migration at the University of the Witwatersrand’s African Centre for Migration  [read more]

From the NewPages Blog: Redneck Noir Literature :: A Movement?

“In the latest issue of The Chattahoochee Review, Ron Cooper hosts a conversation with Paul Ruffin and Eric Miles Williamson about a possible movement called, ‘[read more]

Spring 2014 issue has arrived!

Featuring the Lamar York Prize Winners for Fiction and Nonfiction, Volume 34.1 is one of our best issues yet! Subscribe now and also receive our Fall/Winter double-issue with  [read more]

TCR in Best American

As we look forward to the new Best American anthologies in October, we celebrate Lamar York prize Winner in Nonfiction Greta Schuler’s “Empty Boxes” as a  [read more]

Come see us at AWP!

We’ll be at table L-34 and we’d love to say hello! Discounted issues available in limited quantities! See “What the Dog Said: Writing in Unusual Points of View”  [read more]

The Animal issue is here

Subscribe now and don’t miss out. Learn more about the issue from the rave review on NewPages.

Three classrooms, two months!

Three classrooms in the past two months have adopted The Chattahoochee Review! They know something good.

TCR now available in a Kindle Edition!

Get yours for $3.99!

Adopt The Chattahoochee Review!

TCR is continuing 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  [read more]

TCR Celebrates New Books by Editors Michael Diebert and Louise McKinney!

In Life Outside the Set, Michael Diebert weaves together frayed threads in the tapestry of human experience. Rooted in memory and mind, these poems  [read more]

Natasha Trethewey chooses TCR for Library of Congress!

From an article by Beverly James for GPC’s In the Loop:
The Chattahoochee Review, Georgia Perimeter College’s literary magazine, is now available at the Library of Congress  [read more]

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