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The Georgia Review Fall 2018 / Winter 2018

Table of Contents

Special Feature

Coal, Natural Gas, “Other Material,” and Whiskey: Hydrofracturing Country, USA

by Jason Molesky

Darwin and Dickinson among the Heliotropes

by Anne Goldman

[What fool denies the inner life of a whale? ]

by Kevin Phan

I keep a weather station in my head

by Bob Hicok

Somewhere in the Meadow Is Everything; Address to the Meadow in the Dusk; & Elegy Beginning with a Text from My Brother

by Molly Spencer

on Quickening Fields by Pattiann Rogers

by Tina Kelley

The Reflected, Refracted Self (on Tarfia Faizullah’s Registers of Illuminated Villages; Vievee Francis’s Forest Primeval; Gabrielle Calvocoressi’s Rocket Fantastic; and Airea D. Matthews’ Simulacra)

by Jennifer Saunders

Writing and the Corporate University (on Jenny Boully’s Betwixt and Between: Essays on the Writing Life and Keywords; for Further Consideration and Particularly Relevant to Academic Life, Especially as It Concerns Inter-Disciplinary Endeavor, and Modes of Resistance to the Same, authored by a Community of Inquiry, edited by D. Graham Burnett, Matthew Rickard, and Jessica Terekhov)

by Toby Altman

Can I Tell You Something Funny?—An Interview with George Singleton

by William Walsh


Fall 2018 / Winter 2018