Laura Sewell Matter

Laura Sewell Matter writes nonfiction and teaches high school English in Albuquerque. Matter’s essay “Hell and Reason” is adapted from a biographical work-in-progress about Charles Fisk; her earlier essays in our pages are “Franz Schubert Dreamt of Indians” (Spring 2010) and “Pursuing the Great Bad Novelist” (Fall 2007).

Georgia Review Archive for Laura Sewell Matter

Hell and Reason

In February 1943, as a boy just shy of his eighteenth birthday, Charles Fisk wrote home to his parents in Massachusetts: “The work I am doing means nothing to me.… read more

Pursuing the Great Bad Novelist