At HAHH, we’ve always prided ourselves on our colorful covers. But Brad Black’s surrealistic, black-and-whites gave us the perfect chance to break with tradition. In our brief interview below, the Pittsburgh-based artist tells us his background and answers that ever-annoying question – where do your ideas come from? So tell us about your background. […]
As a rule, we Pittsburghers are (perhaps unduly) enamored with anything that turns the focus to our city, especially when it portrays the city with the kind of beauty and accuracy Angele Ellis brings to both the poetry and the prose in her newest book, Under the Kaufmann’s Clock. The photographs by Rebecca Clever scattered […]
Of all stories published by After Happy Hour Review, none obtained nearly as much reader feedback as Brandon Getz’s short story “White People,” published in Issue Three. As part of a retrospective on our most popular stories, we sat down with Getz to discuss how the story came about, and what made it so popular. […]
Thanks to all those who came to our reading at Pints on Penn. Thanks especially to the amazing readers who shared their work!
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[Press Release] Pittsburgh, PA—The Hour After Happy Hour Writing Workshop is delighted to extend its call for submissions for the After Happy Hour Review, a new, biannual online and annual print journal, slated for its inaugural release on March 27, 2014. The release will coincide with a reading at Assemble Art Gallery in Pittsburgh’s East […]
Update: The After Happy Hour Review received over 40 stories and poems since we announced our call for submissions last October, but as a team, the editors concluded not enough material had been submitted to create a publication. If you haven’t heard back from us regarding your recent submission, that does not mean that you’ve […]
The Hour After Happy Hour gets a shout out in Pittsburgh Magazine’s Best of Culture: February 2013.