Search Results for “Harry Crews”

We Are All of Us Passing Through

I came through Monarch Pass in Colorado, fifteen thousand feet high and fourteen miles out of the nearest town—I came through on a 650cc Triumph motorcycle about dusk dark in late September of 1958. It was snowing lightly. I was freezing. I had been on the road for a little… read more

Some of Us Do It Anyway: An Interview with Harry Crews

Available in our Fall 1994 issue.

“A Writer’s Face”: The Letters of Harry Crews (with commentary by Doug Carlson)

Available in our Winter 2007 issue.

A Long Wail

Available in our Summer 1964 issue.

“Into the Hectic Unknown”: Correspondence from the Archives of The Georgia Review, 1947-76

Available in our Fall/Winter 2006 issue.

, Conrad Aiken, Pearl S. Buck, Leo Connellan, Harry Crews, James Dickey, Albert Einstein, T. S. Eliot, Jesse Hill Ford, John Gardner, George Garrett, Richard Howard, Katherine Anne Porter, Lewis P. Simpson, Allen Tate, Lionel Trilling, Evelyn Waugh, E. B. White, Edmund Wilson, and others

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