After Happy Hour review nominates six pieces for the 2018 Pushcart Prize
After Happy Hour Review nominates fiction, nonfiction and poetry for Sundress’s 2017 Best of Net anthology.
Mike Good Reviews Flashcuts Out of Chaos, the first full-length collection by Pittsburgh-poet Charles W. Brice. “Entering Charles W. Brice’s first full-length poetry collection, Flashcuts Out of Chaos, is entering a tumultuous emotional landscape of Catholic school, domestic strife, and societal upheaval…”
Local spotlight on the Hemingway Summer Reading Series as it enters its 42nd year of excellence, offering a venue for some of Pittsburgh’s finest established and up and coming writers.
Scenes from the release party for Issue 7 of the After Happy Hour Review. Featured Readers included Robert Hartley, Bradley J. Fest, Celine Roberts, Daniel Parme, and Daniel Shapiro.
Mike Good reviews Better Luck Next Year by Ally Malinenko, a collection of poetry from Low Ghost Press, Pittsburgh. “As there is no road map to write a book about illness, there is no road map to write its review.”
After Happy Hour Review is proud to announce its 2016 Pushcart Prize nominees:
“Celica” by Kristofer Collins (Issue 5)
“Resolute” by Ralph Culver (Issue 5)
“Transit” by H. Gan (Issue 5)
“When Trying to Trick Me, Do” by Kelly Jones (Issue 6)
“Armada” by Jim Meirose (Issue 5)
“Big Alabama and the Dumb Boyfriend” by James Valvis (Issue 6)
Congratulation to all our nominees!
Celebrate Fall 2014’s After Happy Hour Review Journal Release with HAHH at the East End Book Exchange Tonight! Featuring: Bryan McCarthy, Bob Hartley, Christina Ailor, and Hong-Thao Nguyen, with Lynn Emmanuel Headlining! Books will be for sale. Light refreshments will be provided. Reading starts @ 7pm!
Our fearless leader, Mike Good, has moved away for his MFA program. Even after just one workshop without him we all miss him dearly. Still, we must forge ahead. Many of our journal editors have stepped up to take his place. Lea Bridi is now coordinating the After Happy Hour Review, Christina Ailor will be […]
I’m most pleased to share a piece that recently traversed the workshop by long-time HAHH contributor and AHHR editor Jason Peck, a short fiction piece called, “The Age of Discovery,” in SmokeLong Quarterly. According to SmokeLong’s guidelines: “SmokeLong publishes flash fiction up to 1000 words. The SLQ aesthetic remains an ever-changing, ever-elusive set of principles, but it most […]