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The Georgia Review Spring 2000

Table of Contents


On the Killing Fields

by Robert Finch


by Melissa Morphew


by Barbara Ras

It Could Be Anything

by Wayne Dodd

Naked Poetry

by Peter Meinke

Sea-Wrack Religion

by J. T. Barbarese

Sunday Sublime

by Nicole Pekarske

The Hemlock Tree

by Allen Braden

Youthful Journals

by Joseph Duemer

Nights, Lights, Ruins

by Karekin Goekjian

It’s Only Rock-and-Roll (on Selfwolf by Mark Halliday and Road Atlas: Prose and Other Poems by Campbell McGrath)

by Michael Donohue

on Dark Waves and Light Matter by Albert Goldbarth

by Kathleen Snodgrass

on Ecology of a Cracker Childhood by Janisse Ray

by Michael Paulson

on The Girls’ Guide to Hunting and Fishing by Melissa Bank

by Karen Weekes

on The Material Ghost: Films and Their Medium by Gilberto Perez

by Charles Warren

on The Playwright’s Voice: American Dramatists on Memory, Writing and the Politics of Culture by David Savran

by Myles Weber

on The Wedding Jester by Steve Stern

by Jay Rogoff

on Tupperware: The Promise of Plastic in 1950s America by Alison J. Clarke

by Joe Bonomo

Position, Connection, Conviction (on Reluctantly: Autobiographical Essays by Hayden Carruth; What the Twilight Says: Essays by Derek Walcott; Twenty Questions by J. D. McClatchy; Stealing Glimpses: Of Poetry, Poets, and Things in Between by Molly McQuade; and After-Images: Autobiographical Sketches by W. D. Snodgrass)

by Jeff Gundy


Spring 2000