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The Georgia Review Spring 2006

Table of Contents

Essays
Fiction

A Terrible Thing

by Daniel Wallace

Back across the Light Years

by Rachel Pastan

Himmelen

by Heidi Shayla
Poetry

Ghosts & First Music Lesson

by John Hollander

Hey, Gerald

by David Kirby

I Forgot What I Was Going to Say

by Eric Pankey

In the Rose Light & The Gift

by Arthur Sze

Innocence & Library Days

by Philip Levine

Manure: Some Remarks on Older Age & Recovery

by Sydney Lea

Pisgah

by Eleanor Stanford

Scribal: My Mother in the Voting Booth

by David Wojahn

Stazione Centrale

by Wyatt Prunty

What It Was Like & Big Bull and Little Dog

by Barbara Ras
Art

Recent History

by Sarah McEneaney
Reviews

A Bright, Discerning Light (on Occasions of Sin: A Memoir by Sandra Scofield; Scraping By in the Big Eighties by Natalia Rachel Singer; Grace Notes: The Waking of a Woman’s Voice by Heidi Hart; Wyoming Trucks, True Love, and the Weather Channel: A Woman’s Adventure by Jeffe Kennedy; and Just Beneath My Skin: Autobiography and Self-Discovery by Patricia Foster)

by Andrea Hollander

Form and Range (on Fourteen on Form: Conversations with Poets by William Baer and Range of the Possible: Conversations with Contemporary Poets by Tod Marshall)

by Jeff Gundy

Grouching toward Bethlehem: A Look at First Books (on The Book of Funnels by Christian Hawkey; The Chronic Liar Buys a Canary by Elizabeth Edwards; The Keepsake Storm by Gina Franco; Sea of Faith by John Brehm; Beautiful Trouble by Amy Fleury; and In the Ghost-House Acquainted by Kevin Goodan)

by Judith Kitchen

on Drawn to Extremes: The Use and Abuse of Editorial Cartoons by Chris Lamb

by Gerald Weales

on Eating Stone: Imagination and the Loss of the Wild by Ellen Meloy

by Reg Saner

on In the Blue Pharmacy: Essays on Poetry and Other Transformations by Marianne Boruch

by Claire Keyes

On the Edge (on The Train to Lo Wu by Jess Row; The Apple’s Bruise by Lisa Glatt; People I Wanted to Be by Gina Ochsner; We’re in Trouble by Christopher Coake; and Other Electricities by Ander Monson)

by Kathleen Snodgrass
Interview

On Resistance: An Interview with Barry Lopez

by Christian Martin

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