College (translated from the Hindi by Arvind Krishna Mehrotra and Sara Rai)

By Vinod Kumar Shukla

Picture the Dream: The Story of the Civil Rights Movement through Children’s Books, 15 August–8 November 2020, The High Museum of Art, Atlanta

Hannah Perrin King Wins 2020 Loraine Williams Poetry Prize

Making the Ancient New: A Conversation with A. E. Stallings

By A. E. Stallings

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The Georgia Review’s Fall 2020 issue is now available, with new work from Kaitlyn Greenidge, Wayne Koestenbaum, Sally Wen Mao, Charles Baxter, Marianne Boruch, Yona Harvey, and many other compelling voices, both emerging and long-established. Special features include a portfolio of artwork from the High Museum of Art’s exhibition Picture the Dream: The Story of the Civil Rights Movement Through Children’s Books and a translation of Vinod Kumar Shukla’s masterful short story “College.”

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Features

College (translated from the Hindi by Arvind Krishna Mehrotra and Sara Rai)

By Vinod Kumar Shukla

Dreaming the World: Vinod Kumar Shukla’s Extraordinary Sentences

By Vidyan Ravinthiran

Each of Us Chimera

By Tobias Wray

Evidence

By Kaitlyn Greenidge

Teaching Ecopoetry in a Time of Climate Change

By Craig Santos Perez

Self-Portrait of an Arizona Snowman; Letter to Antarctica as One Big Polaroid...

By Jeevan Anthony Narney

On My Therapist, Late in This Life

By Garrett Hongo

The Murmuring Grief of the Americas [You are on the ground] & The Murmur...

By Daniel Borzutzky

Art

Picture the Dream: The Story of the Civil Rights Movement through Children’s Books, 15 August–8 November 2020, The High Museum of Art, Atlanta (featuring an interview with Andrea Davis Pinkney)

By C. J. Bartunek

Kaleidoscopic Consciousness

By Doron Langberg

“Be Unpredictable, Be Real, Be Interesting, Tell a Good Story!” (with an interview by C.J. Bartunek)

By Eddie Arroyo

A Lower Deep

By Michi Meko

“What I Find Funny Is Too Dark to Say Out Loud” (with an interview by C. J. Bartunek)

By Dhruvi Acharya

“A Starting Point” (with an introduction by Katie Geha)

By Toyin Ojih Odutola

“As Complicated and Elusive as Reality”: María Berrio’s Many-Layered Collages (with an interview by C. J. Bartunek)

By María Berrio

Conjuring the Past: Cy Gavin’s Bermuda Paintings

By Cy Gavin

Fields of Sight

By Gauri Gill & Rajesh Vangad

Reviews

on Defacing the Monument by Susan Briante 

By Sandra Simonds

on My Autobiography of Carson McCullers by Jenn Shapland

By Julie R. Enszer

on Walking Backwards: Poems 1966–2016 by John Koethe

By Kevin Clark

on Children of the Land by Marcelo Hernandez Castillo

By Diego Báez

on The Prime Anniversary by Jay Wright

By Michael Berlin

on Unsun by Andrew Zawacki

By Sueyeun Juliette Lee

on Frankissstein: A Love Story by Jeanette Winterson

By Julie Carlson

on Mud and Stars: Travels in Russia with Pushkin, Tolstoy, and Other Geniuses of...

By Jonathan Russell Clark

Old Fellas (on The Irishman, directed by Martin Scorsese)

By Jerome Christensen

on Census by Jesse Ball

By Shannon Reed

on Loves You by Sarah Gambito

By Tamiko Beyer

on Make It Scream, Make It Burn: Essays by Leslie Jamison

By Maya Krishnan

Reviews

on Defacing the Monument by Susan Briante 

By Sandra Simonds

on My Autobiography of Carson McCullers by Jenn Shapland

By Julie R. Enszer

on Walking Backwards: Poems 1966–2016 by John Koethe

By Kevin Clark

on Children of the Land by Marcelo Hernandez Castillo

By Diego Báez

on The Prime Anniversary by Jay Wright

By Michael Berlin

on Unsun by Andrew Zawacki

By Sueyeun Juliette Lee

on Frankissstein: A Love Story by Jeanette Winterson

By Julie Carlson

on Mud and Stars: Travels in Russia with Pushkin, Tolstoy, and...

By Jonathan Russell Clark

Old Fellas (on The Irishman, directed by Martin Scorsese)

By Jerome Christensen

on Census by Jesse Ball

By Shannon Reed

on Loves You by Sarah Gambito

By Tamiko Beyer

on Make It Scream, Make It Burn: Essays by Leslie Jamison

By Maya Krishnan

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