The fall 2020 issue of The Georgia Review is now available for purchase, featuring new work from Kaitlyn Greenidge, Wayne Koestenbaum, Sally Wen Mao, Charles Baxter, Marianne Boruch, Yona Harvey and other emerging and long-established writers.
Ileen Park and Isaac Hughes Green publish their debut stories alongside Georgia Review veteran Kevin Brockmeier. Craig Santos Perez and Margaret Gibson offer essays on poetry and climate change. Julie R. Enszer explores Jenn Shapland’s My Autobiography of Carson McCullers (Tin House Books, 2020), with more reviews by Sandra Simonds, Kevin Clark and Radiclani Clytus, who has an essay-review on jazz musician turned performance artist Jason Moran. Special features include a translation of Vinod Kumar Shukla’s masterful short story “College,” accompanied by a critical essay from Vidyan Ravinthiran, in addition to a portfolio of artwork from the High Museum of Art’s exhibition Picture the Dream: The Story of the Civil Rights Movement Through Children’s Books and an interview with the show’s curator, Andrea Davis Pinkney.
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