Jason Peck interviews author Sherrie Flick about crafting and defining flash fiction.
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.
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!
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 to meet weekly and are…
If a year ago, someone told me the Hour After Happy Hour would run out of space at The Big Idea Bookstore, I probably would have said nothing, or erhmmm, and then kept walking – because I’m kind of shy. But if (in this completely unrealistic scenario) this ominous, portent-filled, & garrulous individual added that HAHH had been awarded a SEED…
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 been rejected or accepted, but…