Enveloped by Memory

By Mark Fleuridor

on Trancendant Kingdom by Yaa Gyasi

By Samuel Okoli

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The Georgia Review’s Spring 2022 issue—“SoPoCo” for Southern Post-Colonial—focuses on diasporic writing from or about the U.S. South, with authors and artists demonstrating that the vibrancy of current Southern culture is made possible by critical contributions of the immigrant communities therein and exploring the ways that diasporic communities in this region differ from their more recognized sibling communities in the coastal urban centers.

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Features

Song and Dance

By Thao Nguyen

Purple Patch: My Home away from Home

By Linda Golden

Foodways, Dissent, and the Politics of Place: From Latino Orlando to Internat...

By Simone Delerme

Warung Indonesian Holds Promise for the South’s Indonesian Diaspora

By Kayla Stewart

The Assassin

By Maria Kuznetsova

Now vs. When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom’d; Assemble the Mockingbird; D...

By Asa Drake

Our Armor

By Neema Avashia

Que Significa; Impressionism; & Reconciliation, Back Then, Meant

By Blas Falconer

Art

Enveloped by Memory

By Mark Fleuridor

Gardens at the Margins

By Saba Taj

Monumental Achievements

By Yehimi Cambrón

Future Fossils (with an introduction by Taylor Bradley)

By Lan Tuazon

A Celebration of Life (with an interview by C. J. Bartunek)

By Derek Fordjour

4. selections from “The Exhibit of American Negroes” for the 1900 Paris Exposition

By W. E. B. Du Bois

Psittaciformes Forms, Self-Eating Forms

By Yaron Michael Hakim

Collaborations, Water and Light (with an interview by Douglas Carlson)

By Meghann Riepenhoff

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

Reviews

on Peach State by Adrienne Su

By Luisa A. Igloria

on Home in Florida: Latinx Writers and the Literature of Uprootedness, edited by Anjanette...

By Diego Báez

on Bitter in the Mouth by Monique Truong

By Joanmarie Bañez

Mississippi Masala Revisited

By Hasanthika Sirisena

on Transcendent Kingdom by Yaa Gyasi

By Samuel Okoli

on Death Stranding, created by Hideo Kojima  

By Maria Bose

on Virga by Shin Yu Pai

By Angie Sijun Lou

on Hard Like Water by Yan Lianke, translated by Carlos Rojas

By Leland Cheuk

Global Poetics: Reactive and Relational (on Jahan Ramazani’s Poetry in a Global Age; Walt...

By Michael Berlin

on In Memory of Memory by Maria Stepanova, translated by Sasha Dugdale

By Patrick Pittman

on Of Course by Catherine Wagner

By Jacqueline Kari

on The Silence by Don DeLillo

By Felice Arenas

Reviews

on Peach State by Adrienne Su

By Luisa A. Igloria

on Home in Florida: Latinx Writers and the Literature of Uprootedness,...

By Diego Báez

on Bitter in the Mouth by Monique Truong

By Joanmarie Bañez

Mississippi Masala Revisited

By Hasanthika Sirisena

on Transcendent Kingdom by Yaa Gyasi

By Samuel Okoli

on Death Stranding, created by Hideo Kojima  

By Maria Bose

on Virga by Shin Yu Pai

By Angie Sijun Lou

on Hard Like Water by Yan Lianke, translated by Carlos Rojas

By Leland Cheuk

Global Poetics: Reactive and Relational (on Jahan Ramazani’s Poetry in a...

By Michael Berlin

on In Memory of Memory by Maria Stepanova, translated by Sasha...

By Patrick Pittman

on Of Course by Catherine Wagner

By Jacqueline Kari

on The Silence by Don DeLillo

By Felice Arenas

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