Alice Friman

Alice Friman has placed new work in Poetry East, Plume, the American Journal of Poetry, Prairie Schooner, and others. Her sixth full-length collection of poetry is The View from Saturn, published in 2014 by LSU Press—which will bring out her seventh in 2019. Winner of the 2016 Paumanok Poetry Award, she lives in Milledgeville, Georgia.

Georgia Review Archive for Alice Friman

on Among the Gorgons by Michelle Boisseau

Portrait of Poet in Stroller and Awe; From the Book of Accounts; & High Country, First Night

In the Summer of Cathedrals and Titian Reds

on The Gathering Eye by Tina Barr

Red Camellia; How It Is; & The Birthmark

Truth: The Road or the Rug (on Carson McCullers)

L  Is for Leaves

Not to worry. Each morning 

after you kiss my cheek 

and lock the door behind you, 

leaving me alone with my body 

and this house to walk it around in, … read more