TCR Topshelf

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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]

The Poet Burns Her Bridges: Priscilla Long’s Crossing Over: Poems

A review by Rosemary D. Cox.
Crossing Over: Poems. Priscilla Long. U of New Mexico P. Albuquerque. 2015, 80 pp. $17.95  [read more]

Classroom Adoption Program

Last September, TCR continued 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 the  [read more]

A Review of The Belle Mar

A review by Tera Swearngin.
The Belle Mar. Katie Bickham. Pleiades Press. 2015.
Katie Bickham’s The Belle Mar is set on a plantation in the  [read more]

Rick Diguette's Review of No Shape Bends the River So Long

No Shape Bends the River So Long, winner of the 2013 New Measure Poetry Prize, is the work of two poets, Monica Berlin and [read more]

Hooch Contributors in the Best Small Fictions of 2015, Guest Edited by Robert Olen Butler!

Congratulations to Lindsey Drager and Stefanie Freele, whose stories originally published in The Chattahoochee Review were chosen for the first edition of the Best Small Fictions! Drager’s “Reasons for  [read more]

TCR Topshelf: Contributors

Exciting book news from our contributors!
Lindsey Drager’s debut novel now available from Dzanc, The Sorrow Proper, is an “investigation of the anxiety that accompanies change.” Laird Hunt praises  [read more]

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]

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