Jenny Gropp

Jenny Gropp, the former editor of Black Warrior Review, joined The Georgia Review staff as managing editor in the summer of 2012. At The Georgia Review she oversees production of the journal and participates in editorial planning and decision-making. She reads manuscripts, works closely with authors in editing all accepted work, and directs art selection. In addition to her work at the Review she serves as a freelance editor for W. W. Norton & Co. and occasionally teaches editing seminars, and she also has experience in academic administration and in teaching creative writing at the university and high school levels. She holds an MFA in creative writing from the University of Alabama and a BA in English literature and creative writing from the University of Montana. Her poetry and prose can be found in FenceColorado Review, Seneca Review, Best New Poets, American Letters & Commentary, Seattle Review, Denver Quarterly, Unsaid Magazine, DIAGRAM, and Columbia: A Journal of Literature & Art, among others. Her first book, The Hominine Egg, a collection of poetry and prose, was published by Kore Press in 2017.

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