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The Georgia Review sweeps 17th annual GAMMA awards in Southeast competition

The Georgia Review, UGA’s internationally acclaimed quarterly journal of arts and letters, dominated its category at the 17th annual GAMMA awards ceremony of the Magazine Association of the Southeast (formerly the Magazine Association of Georgia).

The journal won four gold awards, one silver, one bronze and one honorable mention in the Consumer Paid (less than $1 million budget) classification, for issues published in 2005.

The gold awards were for general excellence; best single issue (summer); best photography (Michael Eastman’s “Eastman’s West,” fall); and best feature (Philip Levine’s “A Day in May: Los Angeles, 1960,” spring).