Gray Stewart to read from “Haylow” on Feb. 15th

The Chattahoochee Review Guest Author Series Presents a Reading
By Gray Stewart, Perimeter College, Instructor of English

Book Title: Haylow (Livingston Press)
Date & Time: Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2017; 2:30 p.m.
Location: NB-2100/2101, Perimeter College at Georgia State University, Dunwoody Campus

This reading is free and open to the public. Faculty members from Perimeter College’s English department are strongly encouraged to bring their classes.  Copies of the novel will be available for sale, and light refreshments will be served. For more information about the reading, go to the full event announcement on The Chattahoochee Review’s Blog site, The Hooch, or contact Alicia Johanneson: or 678.891.3275.

To request disability accommodations at this event, please contact University Events Management at or 404.413.1377 with your request. Please provide your name and the event name, date, and sponsor when making your request.


Author, Alice Hoffman, to speak at 25th Annual Book Festival, Nov 14

The Chattahoochee Review (TCR) in partnership with the Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta (MJCCA) is pleased to support the 25th Annual Book Festival of the MJCCA. Taking place from November 5-20, the festival will feature a lineup of the year’s most exceptional authors, celebrities, and thought-leaders including Jonathan Safran Foer, Kenny Loggins, and Jeffrey Toobin.

In this, its fifth consecutive year of community partnership with the festival, The Chattahoochee Review is honored to have been selected to host New York Times bestselling author Alice Hoffman on Monday, Nov. 14 at 7:30 p.m. at the center’s Zaban Park facility.

faithfulMs. Hoffman will be discussing her latest novel, Faithful, in conversation with Melissa Long, Emmy Award-winning anchor and reporter for Atlanta’s WXIA 11-Alive television station.

Faithful is the story of a survivor, filled with emotion—a moving portrait of a young woman finding her way in the modern world. For anyone who’s ever been a hurt teenager, for every mother of a daughter who has lost her way, Faithful is a roadmap.” (Source)

For details on how to purchase tickets to this year’s TCR partnership event with the Book Festival of the MJCCA, go to the journal’s blog, where more information about the event can also be found.





Veteran Experience Writing Workshop – Oct. 18

Current Georgia State University, Perimeter College students (ASMs, Vietnam, OIF, and OEF vets), faculty, staff and alumni are invited to share stories of your own military experience or the impact on your lives of friends, parents and grandparents who have served and/or are serving in the United States Armed Forces.


Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2016
6:30-8:30 p.m. in NA-1140
Dunwoody Campus

No prior writing experience necessary (Bring current creative literary works to share, if applicable). Student veterans attending GSU’s Atlanta Campus, as well as student veterans enrolled at other colleges and universities are especially welcome.

Registration to attend the workshop is required. Contact Alicia Johanneson ( to register. Go to The Chattahoochee Review’s blog for more information.