After God, Fear Women

By Eloghosa Osunde

Psittaciformes Forms, Self-Eating Forms

By Yaron Michael Hakim

Phenomenal Listening: The Art of Jason Moran

By Radiclani Clytus

In Memoriam, Barry Lopez

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Spring 2021

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The Georgia Review’s Spring 2021 issue is now available, featuring new writing from T Cooper, Eloghosa Osunde, Kazim Ali, Heather Christle, Nikki Wallschlaeger, and many more, along with translations of work by Alain Mabanckou, Hiromi Itō, and Toshiko Hirata and a special section on Claudia Rankine’s Just Us: An American Conversation. This issue’s art portfolio presents Yaron Michael Hakim’s innovative anti-colonial artworks, as seen in two distinctive series.

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Features

The Black Ugly Duckling & Love Letter to My First Car

By Nikki Wallschlaeger

In Paradise

By Susanne Antonetta

After God, Fear Women

By Eloghosa Osunde

First Aid

By T Cooper

Love Poem with Parenthetical; Shift; & What It Means to Forget

By Dana  Alsamsam

Day (with an annotation by Blake Butler)

By Molly Brodak

A Door Swings Open

By Maud Casey

Delivery

By Jasmin Aviva Sandelson

Art

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

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

By María Berrio

Reviews

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

“How Does It Feel to Be a Problem?”

By Virginia Jackson

on Suitor by Joshua Rivkin

By Hannah Baker Saltmarsh

on Cool Town: How Athens, Georgia, Launched Alternative Music and Changed American Culture by...

By Bradley Bazzle

on Afropessimism by Frank B. Wilderson III

By Selamawit D. Terrefe

Imaginary Maps (on Apsara Engine and Spellbound: A Graphic Memoir by Bishakh Som)

By Stephanie Burt

on Defacing the Monument by Susan Briante 

By Sandra Simonds

on My Autobiography of Carson McCullers by Jenn Shapland

By Julie R. Enszer

Reviews

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

“How Does It Feel to Be a Problem?”

By Virginia Jackson

on Suitor by Joshua Rivkin

By Hannah Baker Saltmarsh

on Cool Town: How Athens, Georgia, Launched Alternative Music and Changed...

By Bradley Bazzle

on Afropessimism by Frank B. Wilderson III

By Selamawit D. Terrefe

Imaginary Maps (on Apsara Engine and Spellbound: A Graphic Memoir by...

By Stephanie Burt

on Defacing the Monument by Susan Briante 

By Sandra Simonds

on My Autobiography of Carson McCullers by Jenn Shapland

By Julie R. Enszer

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