Jason Peck reviews Josh Barkan’s newest short story collection, Mexico, published by Hogarth/Crown. Describes it as memorable and believable.
Our deadline for the first issue of the After Happy Hour Review came to a close last Friday, February 21. AHHR editors have gotten a lot of great submissions to read and discuss. Though the deadline for this journal has passed, the journal’s staff will continue to read work on a rolling basis.
Hey friends, I haven’t posted anything in a while, so what a great time to show off a brand new flyer created by the workshop’s very own Martin Van Velsen: Check out this press release here! So, now we’re really getting geared up for the much-anticipated release of the After Happy Hour Review. Editors have started […]
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 […]
I don’t think any of us can effectively express the heartfelt gratitude (at least I can’t) to everyone who supported and shared in our first reading last Thursday, December 12 at Assemble. Approximately 70 people attended. The cookie table was well populated. Thank you to all the group members who went above and beyond to […]
I’m delighted to extend an invitation to our first reading this Thursday, December 12 from 8pm-10pm. We’re shifting the venue from The Inn to Assemble. I want to thank the staff at The Inn for all their time and hard work, and also thank Nina and Jess from Assemble for helping us out with some really […]
A breakdown of all the great pieces we’ve received in the last month and a half: – On September 5th, George Ellis and Brandon Tristan Reid took HAHH by storm with freshmen submissions to the group. George’s piece was a remarkable short story entitled “What’s Done is Undone” exploring dreams, and a fading grasp of […]
I felt guilty when I missed a recap four weeks ago, I’ll be damned if I miss this one too, and so I’ll just have to be extra quick on the both of our May workshops if I’m ever to assuage my everlasting catholic guilt. On May 16th, The Hour After Happy Hour read some […]