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The Georgia Review Fall 2000

Table of Contents


Dark Matter: Thinking About Nothing

by Philip Kuberski

Ogre, Glory, Waterfall: Reflections on Writing and Fathering

by Sydney Lea

Tragedy: A Comedy

by Louis Phillips


by Frank X. Gaspar

How Old Carl Broke His Back

by Gene Zeiger

Night in Iowa

by Deborah Ager

Simonides’ Stone

by David Baker

That Was I

by Ted Kooser

Handling the Truth (on The Lost Suitcase: Reflections on the Literary Life by Nicholas Delbanco; A Childhood in the Milky Way: Becoming a Poet in Ohio by David Brendan Hopes; The Night Gardener: A Search for Home by Marjorie Sandor; A Little Fling and Other Essays by Sam Pickering; & In Montaigne’s Tower by Hilary Masters)

by Jeff Gundy

Lingua Sexus: Autobiography in Love (on E-mail Trouble: Love and Addiction @ The Matrix by S. Paige Baty; Unzipped: What Happens When Friends Talk about Sex—A True Story by Courtney Weaver; & Times Square Red, Times Square Blue by Samuel R. Delany)

by Joe Bonomo

on I Could Tell You Stories: Sojourns in the Land of Memory by Patricia Hampl

by Edward Butscher

on Men in the Off Hours by Anne Carson

by Jeffrey Shotts

on Say Uncle by Kay Ryan

by Paul Lake

Such Is the Stuff Our Popular Culture Is Made Of (on The Celebration Chronicles: Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Property Value in Disney’s New Town by Andrew Ross; Trash Culture: Popular Culture and the Great Tradition by Richard Keller Simon; & Faded Mosaic: The Emergence of Post-cultural America by Christopher Clausen)

by Sanford Pinsker

Where People and Wildness Collide (on The Edges of the Civilized World by Alison Hawthorne Deming & Death of a Hornet and Other Cape Cod Essays by Robert Finch)

by Doug Carlson


Fall 2000