The Chattahoochee Review

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The Chattahoochee Review  
Language English
Edited by Anna Schachner
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Publication history
1981-present
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ISSN 0741-9155
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The Chattahoochee Review is a literary journal published at Georgia Perimeter College. It is widely regarded as one of the leading voices in Southern fiction and was recognized for its legacy with the State of Georgia's "Medal in the Humanities" in 2003. Critic Lamar York was the journal's first editor.[1]

Among the writers whose work has appeared in the journal are George Singleton, Flannery O'Connor, Juliana Baggott, Steve Almond, Thomas Lux, Jacob M. Appel, Amina Gautier, and Alice Friman.

The Chattahoochee Review is in its third decade of publication. Together with the Georgia Center for the Book, it is responsible for administering the Townsend Prize for Fiction, which every two years, honors an outstanding novel or short-story collection published by a Georgia author.

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  1. ^ Editor Honored, The Atlanta Journal and the Atlanta Constitution, April 10, 1997

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