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The Georgia Review Spring 2007

Table of Contents

Special Feature

“The Commerce Between Us”: Correspondence from the Archives of “The Georgia Review”, 1977-2000

by Lee K. Abbott, Fred Chappell, Rita Dove, John Gardner, Albert Goldbarth, Mary Hood, Judith Kitchen, Philip Levine, Stanley W. Lindberg, Joyce Carol Oates, George Singleton, Wole Soyinka, John Updike, Eudora Welty, and others

Eight Fragments from My Grandfather’s Body

by Joe Wilkins

The Dark Art

by Eric G. Wilson

Ecce Homo

by Lisa Gottreich

My Ancestors on Either Side & Too Much in the Sun

by Chris Forhan

Paradise; Zeno’s Sparrow; Constant Sorrow; & Valentine

by Arthur Smith

The Storm Drain

by Kate Gale

Thoughts on an Anniversary: Once More, with Feeling

by Miller Williams

What Isn’t There

by Rebecca Aronson

Let’s Pretend (on Lines of Truth and Conversation by Joan Alexander; Carrying the Torch by Brock Clarke; Copy Cats by David Crouse; and If the Sky Falls by Nicholas Montemarano)

by Kathleen Snodgrass

on A Private History of Awe by Scott Russell Sanders

by Patrick Madden

on Between the Lines: A History of Poetry in Letters, 1962-2002 by Joseph Parisi and Stephen Young

by Fred Chappell

on The Company They Kept: Writers on Unforgettable Friendships by Robert B. Silvers and Barbara Epstein

by Todd Shy

on The Lives of Rocks by Rick Bass

by David James Poissant

on The Narrow Road to the Interior: Poems by Kimiko Hahn

by Mihaela Moscaliuc


Spring 2007