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The Georgia Review Fall 1999

Table of Contents

Special Feature

Six Degrees of Fluency

by Cecile Goding

The Sound Is So Shallow Here

by Teresa S. Mathes

The Waiting Room

by Sheri Joseph

An Artist from Another Place

by Henry Taylor


by Janice Townley Moore

The Teachers Pass the Popcorn

by Ron Smith

What Writing Is

by Marjorie Saiser

on Family Trees: The Peach Culture of the Piedmont by Mike Corbin

by Jane Brox

on The Atomic West by Bruce Hevly and John M. Findlay

by Reg Saner

On Their Own Premises (on Midnight Salvage: Poems, 1995-1998 by Adrienne Rich; On the Bus With Rosa Parks by Rita Dove; Wooroloo by Frieda Hughes; The Snow Watcher by Chase Twichell; & The Watchers by Memye Curtis Tucker)

by Greg Johnson

Pursuing the Self (on Memory & Narrative: The Weave of Life-Writing by James Olney; Home Movies and Other Necessary Fictions by Michelle Citron; & Nola: A Memoir of Faith, Art, and Madness by Robin Hemley)

by Joe Bonomo

Why Literary Types (Often) Maintain Friendships That (Some) Public Intellectuals Can’t (on Ex-friends: Falling Out with Allen Ginsberg, Lionel and Diana Trilling, Lillian Hellman, Hannah Arendt, and Norman Mailer by Norman Podhoretz; Cleanth Brooks And Allen Tate: Collected Letters, 1933-1976 by Alphonse Vinh; & The Letters of Denise Levertov and William Carlos Williams by Christopher MacGowan)

by Sanford Pinsker


Fall 1999