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The Georgia Review Winter 1999

Table of Contents


Tony and the Cows

by Will Baker

A Matter of Days Before the Collapse

by Ellen Akins


by Evelyn Somers

At Seventy

by Robert Dana

Confessional Poet & In Which Being Here Together Is Enough

by Andrea Hollander


by Sharon Kraus


by Dwaine Rieves


by Susan Firer

Turquoise, Indigo, Cobalt

by Peter Cooley

Visible Boy

by Michael McFee

A Flash and an Hour (on The Calfbearer by Ida Affleck Graves; Fire & Flower by Laura Kasischke; Donkey Gospel by Tony Hoagland; The Old Liberators: New and Selected Poems and Translations by Robert Hedin; & Extranjera by Lola Haskins)

by Judith Kitchen

Man Walks into a Bar (on Park City: New and Selected Stories by Ann Beattie; Final Vinyl Days and Other Stories by Jill McCorkle; Soon: Tales from Hospice by A. G. Mojtabai; and Birds of America by Lorrie Moore)

by Erin McGraw

on Flight Dreams: A Life in the Midwestern Landscape by Lisa Knopp

by Donald Morrill

on In Plato’s Cave by Alvin Kernan

by Sanford Pinsker

on The Only Thing That Counts: The Ernest Hemingway–Maxwell Perkins Correspondence, 1925-1947 edited by Matthew J. Bruccoli

by Edward Butscher

Once I Was a Block of Stone: Six Recent Chapbooks (on Epic Journeys, Unbelievable Escapes by Steve Kowit; A Different Kind of Hunger by Beth Ann Fennelly; Take Hold by Merrill Leffler; The Memory Palace by Colin Hamilton; Hand-Me-down Calicos by L. Teresa Church; and At The Dead Center of Day by Walter Bargen)

by Paul Zimmer

What We Talk About When We Talk About “Science” (on Cultural Boundaries of Science: Credibility on the Line by Thomas F. Gieryn; Muddling Through: Pursuing Science and Truths in the 21st Century by Michael Fortun and Herbert J. Bernstein; and The Truth Of Uncertainty: Beyond Ideology in Science and Literature by Edward L. Galligan)

by Sanford Pinsker


Winter 1999