Jacqueline Kolosov

Jacqueline Kolosov’s lyric memoir, Motherhood, and the Places Between (Stillhouse Press, 2016) won the 2015 Mary Roberts Rinehart Award. She is also the author of three collections of poems, most recently Memory of Blue (Salmon Poetry, 2015). The co-editor of Family Resemblance: An Anthology and Exploration of 8 Hybrid Literary Genres (Rose Metal Press, 2015), Kolosov has new poems and prose in the Sewanee Review, Prairie Schooner, and the Southern Review. She lives with her family in Texas.

Georgia Review Archive for Jacqueline Kolosov

on I Was Thinking of Beauty by Sydney Lea

Hold Fast the Light: The Poetry of Spencer Reece & Jeffrey Harrison (on Jeffrey Harrison’s Into Daylight & Spencer Reece’s The Road to Emmaus)

Playing Fields for the Short Story (on Amy Gustine’s You Should Pity Us Instead; Rebecca Makkai’s Music for Wartime; and Flash Fiction International: Very Short Stories from Around the World, edited by James Thomas, Robert Shapard, and Christopher Merrill)