The Hooch

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TCR Guest Author Series featuring Julia Franks

Book Title: Over the Plain Houses (Hub City Press, 2016)
Dates, Times, & Locations:
Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2018; 11:30 a.m.; SH-1500 (Classrooms Building) Perimeter College’s Decatur Campus
Thursday, Oct. 4,  [read more]

The 2018 TCR Writers' Studio

The Chattahoochee Review Writers’ Studio takes place on Friday, Sept. 21, 2018, from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on the 4th floor of the JCLRC (CL) Building; Room CL-4100 on  [read more]

TCR at the 2018 AJC-Decatur Book Festival

Spend a portion of the Labor Day Weekend with The Chattahoochee Review (TCR) at the annual AJC-Decatur Book Festival (AJC-DBF). This year marks the 13th running of  [read more]

Contributor Reads

From two Neighbors issue contributors, two exciting new books of poetry!
Mamasafari
Andrea Jurjević is a poet and translator from Rijeka, Croatia.  [read more]

Contributor Spotlight: Terry Ann Thaxton

Terry Ann Thaxton’s “How My Body Was Made,” an elegiac model of how an essay can function as both visceral and emblematic, appears in our current issue, [read more]

Inspiration from Jeff Hardin

THE EDGES WE SHARE

 

For years, I have addressed poems to specific poets—my “wider fellowship,” as I refer to them—considering how our lives, if not our poems,  [read more]

The 2018 Academy of American Poets University & College Poetry Prizes

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

The Chattahoochee Review (TCR) in partnership with the Academy of American Poets, is pleased to announce that submissions are now being  [read more]

TCR Guest Author Series featuring Brad Watson

Book Title: Miss Jane (W.W. Norton & Company)
Date & Time: Wednesday, April 18, 2018; 11:30 a.m.
Location: NB-2100/2101 (Student Center) Perimeter College’s Dunwoody Campus  [read more]

Contributor Spotlight: Sean Bernard

Sean Bernard is the author of the novel Studies in the Hereafter and the collection Desert Sonorous, which received  [read more]

<<<< Intern >>>>

Name: Jesus Hernandez
Age: 18
Major: Journalism
Favorite Hooch piece:“Notes From a Professional Pencil Wench,” by Rachel Toliver (37.1). I thoroughly enjoyed Toliver’s satirical approach at criticizing standardized testing.
Least  [read more]

2018 Lamar York Prize Winners and Finalists

We’re grateful for the abundance of imagination and artfulness in this year’s Lamar York Prize entries. Thank you to all of the writers who entered, with a special thanks to  [read more]

Neighbors

 
A double issue with a special focus, Neighbors, includes a wide variety of stories, essays, poems, and creative dialogue from across America and around the world.

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