2016 Lamar York Prize Winners and Finalists
Reading Lamar York entries is often uplifting because many contain quirks and traces of what we’re after when we read. Our editors and faculty readers voted multiples times in honor [read more]
2016 Townsend Prize Finalists
The Chattahoochee Review and the Georgia Center for the Book are proud to announce the 2016 Townsend Prize for Fiction finalists:
- The Coming, Daniel Black
- Twain’s End, [read more]
Reading Resolutions, by David James Poissant
With fast-paced storytelling and dry wit, David James Poissant provides that rare combination of voyeuristic fodder and characters plucked from the neighborhood in his debut collection, The Heaven of Animals. [read more]
Research and "The Rocks"
2015 Lamar York Prize Winner Amy D. Clark on research and the writing process.
I am eternally nostalgic about my childhood. I grew up among storytellers; I knew [read more]
“Brother's Keeper”: Writing, Editing, and Blood in the Sink
2015 Lamar York Prize Winner Joel Wayne on revision and the writing process.
When I was younger, I didn’t like revisions. You hear it enough times from older writers – [read more]
Visual Writing Prompt from Migration Issue Artists Martin & Muñoz
Walter Martin & Paloma Muñoz create fascinating miniature snow globes and scenes, inspiring our Migration cover and even inspiring Jonathan Lethem, who created a story based on their snow globes. Martin [read more]
Call for Submissions: Off the Record
The Chattahoochee Review seeks submissions for its Fall/Winter 2016 double issue with a special focus: Off the Record. Literal and figurative translations of the theme welcome. Deadline September 15, 2016, or until the [read more]
Global Connectivity and Multiculturalism in Publishing: A Roundtable Chat With the Editors of Chattahoochee Review, Waxwing, and Manoa: A Pacific Journal of International Writing | The Review Review
Source: Global Connectivity and Multiculturalism in Publishing: A Roundtable Chat With the Editors of Chattahoochee Review, Waxwing, and Manoa: A Pacific Journal of International Writing | The Review Review