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Meet the Artist – Five Question With Issue Six Cover Artist Brad Black

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. […]

Review: “Under the Kaufmann’s Clock” by Angele Ellis

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 […]

From the Archives: Interview with Brandon Getz, author of “White People”

 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. […]

2016 Pushcart Nominations Announced!

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!