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The Georgia Review Spring 2013

Table of Contents

Special Feature

“I Seem to Write You Everything”: Selected Letters to Stanley W. Lindberg, 1982–89 (Introduction by Douglas Carlson; Commentary by Stephen Corey)

by Mary Hood

The Woman Who Almost Bolted: An Interview with Mary Hood

by William Walsh
Fiction
Poetry

In 1966 Debbie Fuller Was Sweet on Pluto & At the Convention of State Librarians, I Should Have Been Preaching to the Choir

by David Clewell

The Song of the Unnameable Thing; Oh; An Explanation of the Mechanics of Her Marvelous Invention; My Personal Mythology; & 1,000 (Exactly)

by Albert Goldbarth
Reviews

Canonicity and the New (on Lisa Lewis’ Burned House with Swimming Pool; David Wojahn’s World Tree; Susan Wood’s The Book of Ten; and Yusef Komunyakaa’s The Chameleon Couch)

by Kevin Clark

on Agee at 100: Centennial Essays on the Works of James Agee edited by Michael A. Lofaro

by Gary Kerley

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