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The Georgia Review Fall 2017

Table of Contents


Desert Storm & Bear Man Martin Spills the Beans

by R. T. Smith

I Want Back Everything I’ve Laid on the Altar & When Lightning Split the Plum Tree

by Kaveh Akbar

Making the most of the least I can do

by Bob Hicok

The Cartographer Gets Lost; Self-Portrait as Alone with Thoughts; & Pisces

by Erin Adair-Hodges

A Personal Map of the Past (on Edward McPherson’s The History of the Future: American Essays)

by Sebastian Stockman

Footprints (on John Gimlette’s Elephant Complex: Travels in Sri Lanka; Rob Schmitz’s Street of Eternal Happiness; Robert Moor’s On Trails; Richard Tillinghast’s Journeys into the Mind of the World: A Book of Places; and Malachy Tallack’s The Un-Discovered Islands)

by Sam Pickering

Long Reverberations of Brutality: Books of Resistance and Expression (on Written in the Dark: Five Poets in the Siege of Leningrad: Gennady Gor, Dmitry Maksimov, Sergey Rudakov, Vladimir Sterligov, Pavel Zaltsman, edited by Polina Barskova, translated by Anand Dibble, Ben Felker-Quinn, Ainsley Morse, Eugene Ostashevsky, Rebekah Smith, Charles Swank, Jason Wagner, and Matvei Yankelevich; I Burned at the Feast: Selected Poems of Arseny Tarkovsky, translated by Philip Metres and Dimitri Psurtsev; Erdağ Göknar’s Nomadologies; Ana Božičević’s Joy of Missing Out; and Tomaž Šalamun’s Andes, translated by Jeffrey Young and Katarina Vladimirov Young)

by Jeff Gundy



Fall 2017