The latest issue of The Georgia Review, winter 2019, is now available for purchase.
Featuring 250 pages of original poetry, fiction, essays and book reviews, some of the issue’s highlights include a tribute to the late Toni Morrison, an innovative poetry project presenting the words of Hong Kong protesters, a new story by novelist Tiphanie Yanique, an essay by conservationist Susan Cerulean and an art folio of work by Atlanta-based artist Michi Meko.
The winter issue also presents previously unpublished work by esteemed poet Stanley Plumly, who passed away in 2019 of multiple myeloma. The issue also includes a folio titled “ ‘Our Plainsong’: Voices from the Asian American Literature Festival,” which collects work by poets Kazim Ali, Rajiv Mohabir and Cynthia Arrieu-King as well as novelist Monique Truong.
On Jan. 30, Ali will be the featured guest at The Georgia Review’s winter issue release celebration, a collaboration with the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Athens and the Willson Center for the Humanities and Arts’ working group on Religion and the Common Good.
The Georgia Review is currently offering a gift subscription rate of $30 (a 25% discount), available until Jan. 31. The offer is valid for all renewals and new orders. Gift recipients will receive four issues: winter of 2019, followed by spring, summer and fall 2020. Student subscriptions are available year-round for $25 by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Subscriptions may be purchased at thegeorgiareview.com or by calling 1-800-542-3481.