Open call for submissions – Fall 2014

The editors at the After Happy Hour Review wholeheartedly thank the writers that submitted last round, and all of the writers who are discovering the journal and sharing your work for the next issue.

Tonight, we have another great writing workshop scheduled, featuring poetry by Phoebe Rayher, and also a discussion for HAHH members with thereviewreview.net on tips for sharing work with literary magazines.

Hope you’ll bear with us as we work to update the website with all the new submission information. I switched the blog back as our landing page, but you can always read the journal by clicking on the After Happy Hour Review button up top, we’ll deliver details about our summer reading, and begin to pieces from the last journal as soon as we get caught up on the back-end.

Cheers,

Mike

2 Comments

  1. Hi Mike,

    I was finally able to download/print the last HAHH journal: enjoyed it much!

    Also, wondering: as I just found Hour After, could you please answer a couple of questions when you have time: – Are the members/participants in your workshop group MFA/Creating writing, etc., graduates only? and /or – Are any members/participants in the age range beyond…let’s say 50?

    Thanks much, Dar Thomas

    Reply

    1. Hi Dar!

      Glad you got to have a look at the journal. To answer your ?’s, some folks in the group have never taken a creative writing course at college, some have MFA’s, some do have bachelors degrees in english – really a wide range. Same with age-range, though many of us do fall in the mid to late 20’s age range. Just come on out and see what you think!
      – Mike

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