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The Georgia Review Summer 1997

Table of Contents

Special Feature

“The Bluesteel, Rawhide, Patent-Leather Implications of Fairy Tales”: A Conversation with Albert Murray

by Sanford Pinsker

A Secret Iridescence

by John R. Campbell

Martha Graham, Audio Description Of

by John D'Agata

The Disassociation Game

by Patton Hollow

Among the Azores

by David W. Lavender

Aunt Rachel on Friday

by Misty Starlene Herrin

Days at Home

by Maud Casey


by David Reimer

A Constant, A Mystery & A Warning to the Comet Hyakutake about the Olafsen Brothers

by Brendan Galvin

A Quarrel of Pairs

by Gregory Djanikian

Dancer & Fifty Tears

by Dennis Trudell


by Janet Holmes

Fender Drumming

by Dan Masterson

The Extra

by Philip Schultz

The Hall of Architecture

by Robert Gibb


by Kay Ryan

Singing at Sea

by Craig Rubadoux

Nine Recent Chapbooks: A Few Slips of Paper in the Pages (on Wild Peavines by Robert Morgan; Gristle by R. T. Smith; The Keepers of Light by Michele Wolf; Rude Noises by Martha Meek; Holding Ground by Becky Gould Gibson; In Defense of Stones by Janet MacFadyen; The Wave He Caught by Rick Noguchi; Millrat by Michael Casey; and The Tan Chanteuse by Carol Boston Weatherford)

by Ted Kooser

Still Crazy (or Fuming) After All These Years (on Radical Son: A Generational Odyssey by David Horowitz; A Tale of Two Utopias: The Political Journey of the Generation of 1968 by Paul Berman; For the Hell of It: The Life and Times of Abbie Hoffman by Jonah Raskin; Making Peace with the 60s by David Burner; and Reassessing the Sixties: Debating the Political and Cultural Legacy by Stephen Macedo)

by Sanford Pinsker

Telling Lives (on The Night in Question by Tobias Wolff; You’re So Beautiful by Eileen FitzGerald; The Worldwide Church of the Handicapped by Marie Sheppard Williams; and After Rain by William Trevor)

by Erin McGraw

What Persists (on Chickamauga by Charles Wright; Sun Under Wood by Robert Hass; Connecting the Dots by Maxine Kumin; Crossing to Sunlight: Selected Poems by Paul Zimmer; Alive Together: New and Selected Poems by Lisel Mueller; and Collected Poems by Leslie Norris)

by Judith Kitchen


Summer 1997