Georgia in Line and Color: W. E. B. Du Bois's Data Portraits

By W. E. B. Du Bois

on A Place Like Mississippi: A Journey Through a Real and Imagined Literary Landscape by W. Ralph Eubanks

By KaToya Ellis Fleming

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The Georgia Review’s Summer 2021 issue is now available, featuring new writing from Eliot Weinberger, Laura Kasischke, jayy dodd, Shangyang Fang, Alison Hawthorne Deming, and many more, along with a translation of Kim Seehee’s fiction by Paige Aniyah Morris, an interview with Charlayne Hunter-Gault and Calvin Trillin on desegregation at the University of Georgia, and a special section on W. E. B. Du Bois’s influential 1900 data portraits on Black life in Georgia.

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Features

Beginner’s Astrology for Anarchist Jurisdictions in a Pandemic; 17 Days (Pian...

By jayy dodd

Chronicles on Disappearance; It Is Sad to See a Horse Sleeping; Phantom Limb;...

By Shangyang Fang

Hysterical Ballads

By Hannah Baker Saltmarsh

Vagabond

By Leo Ríos

Asleep in Japan in the 13th Century & Asleep in Sweden in the 18th Century

By Eliot Weinberger

When a bolt of lightning falls in love & Gargoyle

By Laura Kasischke

Come with Me

By Nishanth Injam

Itō Grows Ill, A Bird Transforms into a Blossom, and The Giant Trees Stay Un...

By Hiromi Itō

Art

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

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

Reviews

on A Place Like Mississippi: A Journey Through a Real and Imagined Literary Landscape...

By KaToya Ellis Fleming

on Blizzard by Henri Cole

By David Woo

on Habitat Threshold by Craig Santos Perez

By Ben Rutherfurd

on Minor Feelings: An Asian American Reckoning by Cathy Park Hong

By Tamiko Beyer

on The Glass Constellation: New and Collected Poems by Arthur Sze

By Jennifer Elise Foerster

on The End of October by Lawrence Wright

By Darby Wood Walters

Good Neighbors (on Wolfram Eilenberger’s Time of the Magicians: Wittgenstein, Benjamin, Cassirer, Heidegger, and...

By Jonathan Russell Clark

on The Journey by Miguel Collazo, translated by David Frye, with an introduction by...

By Diego Báez

on The Lying Life of Adults by Elena Ferrante, translated by Ann Goldstein

By Brianna Beehler

Inquiry and Imperative (on Johanna Skibsrud’s The Poetic Imperative: A Speculative Aesthetics and Alice...

By Julia Bloch

Harder and Better: The New Masculinity of Fatherhood Poetry (on Douglas Kearney’s Patter; Oliver...

By Emily Pérez

A Terror Felt Rather Than Seen

By Julie Iromuanya

Reviews

on A Place Like Mississippi: A Journey Through a Real and...

By KaToya Ellis Fleming

on Blizzard by Henri Cole

By David Woo

on Habitat Threshold by Craig Santos Perez

By Ben Rutherfurd

on Minor Feelings: An Asian American Reckoning by Cathy Park Hong

By Tamiko Beyer

on The Glass Constellation: New and Collected Poems by Arthur Sze

By Jennifer Elise Foerster

on The End of October by Lawrence Wright

By Darby Wood Walters

Good Neighbors (on Wolfram Eilenberger’s Time of the Magicians: Wittgenstein, Benjamin,...

By Jonathan Russell Clark

on The Journey by Miguel Collazo, translated by David Frye, with...

By Diego Báez

on The Lying Life of Adults by Elena Ferrante, translated by...

By Brianna Beehler

Inquiry and Imperative (on Johanna Skibsrud’s The Poetic Imperative: A Speculative...

By Julia Bloch

Harder and Better: The New Masculinity of Fatherhood Poetry (on Douglas...

By Emily Pérez

A Terror Felt Rather Than Seen

By Julie Iromuanya

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