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Oct. 6 2014

Former Athenian Julia Elliott to give reading at UGA event

Acclaimed fiction writer Julia Elliott will present a free, public reading Oct. 24 at 7 p.m. upstairs at The Globe, 199 North Lumpkin St. The event is sponsored by the University of Georgia Creative Writing Program and The Georgia Review.

Jan. 23 2013

Mother and son duo kick off Athens’ 2013 literary season

The Georgia Review will present a reading by noted poet Marianne Boruch Feb. 1 at 7 p.m. at Ciné, 234 W. Hancock Ave. in downtown Athens. Boruch's son, Will Dunlap, a fiction writer and current graduate student in creative writing at the University of Georgia, will serve as the opening reader for the evening. The reading by the mother and son duo is free and open to the public.

Oct. 25 2012

The Georgia Review presents a reading by touring poet Jacqueline Osherow

The Georgia Review at the University of Georgia will present a reading by nationally known poet Jacqueline Osherow Nov. 5 at 7 p.m. in Ciné, which is located at 234 West Hancock Avenue in downtown Athens. Free and open to the public, the event is part of Osherow's tour on the statewide Georgia Poetry Circuit.

Oct. 9 2012

The Georgia Review to host a reading by acclaimed writer Pam Durban

The Georgia Review at the University of Georgia will present a reading by novelist, essayist and short-fiction writer Pam Durban on Oct. 18 at 7 p.m. The event will be held at Ciné, which is located at 234 West Hancock Street in downtown Athens, and is free and open to the public.    

Oct. 3 2012

UGA’s fall 2012 Georgia Review spotlights the Georgia Writers Hall of Fame

The Georgia Review, the University of Georgia's internationally respected literary quarterly, turns its focus closer to home in the fall 2012 edition: the oversize special issue features work by and about 32 of the Georgia Writers Hall of Fame inductees during the organization's first decade. The GWHF, established and administered by the UGA Libraries, will celebrate its move to the new Richard B. Russell Building Special Collections Libraries this fall; the Review joins to commemorate the occasion and to share this wealth of Georgia writing with a national and international audience.

Jan. 19 2012

The Georgia Review, Georgia Poetry Circuit to hold reading by Todd Boss

The second of three Georgia Poetry Circuit events for the 2011-12 academic year will feature nationally known poet Todd Boss on Feb. 1 at 7 p.m. at Ciné located at 234 W. Hancock Ave. in Athens. Local writer and University of Georgia graduate student Jeff Fallis will open the reading.

Nov. 11 2011

The public and private are one in the fall 2011 Georgia Review

Apr. 25 2011

The Georgia Review returns to its second home - New York City

The Georgia Review, one of the country’s most highly regarded and longest-lived literary journals, has more subscribers in the New York City area than in any entire state other than its home base of Georgia. 

Mar. 24 2011

Spring 2011 issue of The Georgia Review given over to selected stories and art, 1984-2007

The Spring 2011 Georgia Review, entirely devoted to a reprise of outstanding fiction and visual art from the past quarter-century of issues, both emphasizes and magnifies this National Magazine Award-winning journal’s commitment to the ongoing importance of the short-story form, whose practitioners in this country have included many of our greatest writers—from Edgar Allan Poe and Nathaniel Hawthorne to Henry James and Flannery O’Connor, and through John Updike and Joyce Carol Oates.

Mar. 11 2011

America’s best-known soldier poet to read in Athens

Award-winning poet Brian Turner, who has written extensively about his wartime experience in Iraq as well as about post-combat life, will read on April 1, at 7 p.m. at Ciné Bar/Café/Cinema in downtown Athens.

Mar. 3 2011

The Georgia Review announces its third annual Earth Day Celebration, featuring National Book Award&#

National Book Award–winning author Barry Lopez will speak on “The Writer and Social Responsibility” at The Georgia Review’s third annual Earth Day celebration, beginning at 7 p.m. on April 19, in the Visitor Center and Conservatory of the State Botanical Garden of Georgia.

Jan. 13 2011

The Georgia Review and the Georgia Poetry Circuit present Rick Campbell

The Georgia Review and the Georgia Poetry Circuit will sponsor a reading by Rick Campbell on Monday, Jan. 24 at 7 p.m. at Ciné Bar/Café/Cinema (234 West Hancock Ave., Athens).

Nov. 8 2010

The Georgia Review and the Georgia Poetry Circuit present Cleopatra Mathis

The Georgia Review and the Georgia Poetry Circuit will present a free, public reading by Cleopatra Mathis on Tuesday, Nov. 9 at 7 p.m. at Bar/Café/Cinema (234 West Hancock Ave., Athens). Nicole Higgins, a University of Georgia M.F.A. student in creative writing, will be the opening reader.

Sep. 7 2010

The Georgia Review presents “Once Upon a Time in Athens: The Legacy of Raymond Andrews”

The Georgia Review will honor Georgia novelist and memoirist Raymond Andrews (1934-91) with a slate of varied events on the University of Georgia campus and at Ciné BarCaféCinéma in downtown Athens on Wednesday, Oct. 13 and Thursday, Oct. 14.

Apr. 9 2010

The Georgia Review announces its second annual Earth Day Celebration and Spring Issue Release Party

The Georgia Review will present its second annual Earth Day Celebration and Spring Issue Release Party on Thursday, April 22, 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the State Botanical Garden of Georgia.

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