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The Georgia Review Fall 2019

Table of Contents

Special Feature

Back Roads and Ditch-Wise: Against Ben Lerner’s The Hatred of Poetry

by Molly Spencer

Now, Looking Back (two essays by Janisse Ray)

by Janisse Ray

Psyche’s Stolen Pleasure: Women Who Like to Look, Objectification, and Animism of the Inanimate

by Genese Grill

Among the Losses & Poetry Class, Ash Wednesday

by Anya Silver

Ode on Your Flaw; Chronic Transience; Early Sightings; & Sarcophagus Poetica

by J. Allyn Rosser

My Own City (on Donna Masini’s 4:30 Movie; Jennifer Franklin’s No Small Gift; and Lee Briccetti’s Blue Guide)

by Jonathan Blunk

on All the Wild Hungers: A Season of Cooking and Cancer by Karen Babine

by Vivian Wagner

on Where Reasons End by Yiyun Li

by Nan Z. Da

The Necessary Impossibilities of Poetry (on Terrance Hayes’s American Sonnets for My Past and Future Assassin; Dorothy Barresi’s What We Did While We Made More Guns; Analicia Sotelo’s Virgin; and Kevin Prufer’s How He Loved Them)

by Kevin Clark

“Shadows in the Story”: An Interview with Eavan Boland

by William Walsh


Fall 2019