The Chattahoochee Review submission guidelines and market information

The Chattahoochee Review



The Chattahoochee Review Submission Guidelines

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The Chattahoochee Review accepts submissions via Submittable. See the submission guidelines for details.



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From the The Chattahoochee Review guidelines:


TCR publishes original literary fiction characterized by interest in language, development of distinctive settings, compelling conflict, and complex, unique characters. Submit one story of up to 6,000 words, or submit up to three short-shorts (500-1,000 words each).


TCR publishes excellent poetry of all types, including informal personal narratives, prose poems, and formal poems. Submit up to five poems.


TCR publishes distinctive topical essays and personal creative nonfiction of any kind; this includes pieces that might fit into the memoir, travel, and historical nonfiction categories. We are not an academic journal and publish for a general readership. Above all, we are interested in publishing nonfiction that surprises and intrigues us. Submit one essay of up to 6,000 words, or submit up to three shorter essays (500-1,000 words each).


TCR welcomes hybrid works. Please specify the nature of the hybrid in a cover letter.


TCR publishes interviews with writers of all kinds: literary, academic, journalistic, and popular. Please submit via Submittable and include a cover letter specifying your credentials for the interview.

Reviews and Review Essays

TCR publishes reviews of current fiction, poetry, and nonfiction books, especially those from writers with an innovative approach to subject matter. Several related works may be reviewed at more length in a review essay that engages critical issues not appropriate to a single review. We are always in search of new reviewers. Please submit via Submittable and include a cover letter specifying your credentials for the review or review essay.

Submission Guidelines Details for The Chattahoochee Review

Market Type: Magazine

Accepts: Avant-garde, Free Verse

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Updated November 6, 2020