The Georgia Review, Summer 2009 (Volume LXIII, Number 2)

By: Corey, Stephen

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Bright copy. 2009 Large Softcover. 156 pp. 10 x 6 7/8. CONTENTS: To Our Readers; Essays - Judith Kitchen - True Heart; Ihab Hassan - The Way We Have Become: A Surfeit of Seeming; Mary Cappello - Getting the News: A Signer Among Signs; Fiction - Marjorie Sandor - A Lesser Sonata; Joe Wilkins - Anniversary; Lynn Schmeidler - The Speed of Dark; Ann Pancake - Arsonists; Poetry - Stephen Dunn - The Wind; LaWanda Walters - Fig, and The Barricade; Andrea Hollander Budy - Finches or Sparrows; Todd Boss - My Dog Has No Nose, and Despair Brings The Dog; Kevin Young - Lightening, and Jaundice; Rebecca McClanahan - Early Morning, Downtown 1 Train; Sydney Lea - Too Early For Grackles, and Woodpile To Woodshed; David Wagoner - Rooming with Jesus; Art - Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison - Alchemists; Reviews - Greg Johnson - Essential Themes, Eloquent Variations (On Peter Selgin's Drowning Lessons; Alyce Millers Water: Nine Stories; Lara Vapnyar's Broccoli and Other Tales of Food and Love; Jeanne M. Leiby's Downriver; and Baron Wormser's The Poetry Life: Ten Stories; Linda Simon - on Correspondence: Pablo Picasso's, Gertrude Stain edited by Laurence Madeline and translated by Lorna Scott Fox; Robert Schnall - on Posthumous Keats: A Personal Biography by Stanley Plumly; Robert Rebein - on Riding Toward Everywhere by William T. Vollmann; Contributors.

Title: The Georgia Review, Summer 2009 (Volume LXIII, Number 2)

Author: Corey, Stephen

Categories: Poetry, Literature, Ephemera, Literary Journals,

Publisher: The University of Georgia: 2009

Binding: Large Softcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 1525984