A literary editor, a prose writer, and a poet, Sun Tzu-ping (b. 1976) is an important voice in contemporary Taiwanese gay writing. His poems often depart from his perception of the mundane in an urban setting and lure readers with …Read More
When Barry Lopez died on Christmas Day, The Georgia Review family lost a treasured friend. As writers and readers, we drew direction and inspiration from the accessibility and clarity of his prose. As editors, we felt sustained by his dedication …Read More
The Extra Skin That Language Can Give: Recent Collections of Short Stories (on What We Talk About When We Talk About Love by Raymond Carver; The Short Hall by James B. Hall; Stories Up to a Point by Bette Pesetsky; In the Land of Dreamy Dreams by Ellen Gilchrist; The Best American Short Stories: 1981 by Hortense Calisher, Shannon Ravenel; Fine Lines: The Best of Ms. Fiction by Ruth Sullivan)
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How does one survive in the current climate, political and ecological? “Live in the world and hurt / the living lining, that’s how,” Catherine Wagner proposes in her recent book Of Course. Wagner stages interrogations of the self both …Read More
In the attitude of the American mind toward Negro suffrage can be traced with unusual accuracy the prevalent conceptions of government. In the fifties we were near enough the echoes of the French Revolution to believe pretty thoroughly in universal …Read More