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The Georgia Review Winter 2002

Table of Contents


From the Bardo Zone

by Lucia Perillo

Moments of Being: An Antarctic Quintet

by Gretchen Legler

The Illuminations of Bernard Faucon and Anthony Goicolea

by Guy Davenport

At the Blue Breakers

by Ewing Campbell

And Everything That Bears Flowers Is from Venus, and All Roots from Saturn, and Leaves from the Moon

by Melissa Morphew

High Lonesome

by Melissa Range

In Real Life

by Maggie Anderson


by Clare Rossini

Mercy, Perhaps

by Robert Dana


by Donald Platt

Perry County Novena

by Kyle Thompson

Player Piano

by Kevin Young

Suddenly & Hearing Roy Orbison on the Tape Loop at Starbuck’s

by J. T. Barbarese

That Cried to the Whole City “Sleep No More”

by Gina Franco

That’s a Take

by George Bilgere

The Singers I Prefer

by Christian Barter

Watcher over the Dead

by Richard Tillinghast

Living the Blues: The Music Makers

by Various Artists

Contrasting Memories of Escape and Survival (on Breaking Clean by Judy Blunt; Deep River: A Memoir of a Missouri Farm by David Hamilton; Flying Sparks: Growing Up on the Edge of Las Vegas by Odette Larson; and A Girl Named Zippy: Growing Up Small in Mooreland, Indiana by Haven Kimmel)

by Sanford Pinsker

Interlude (on Blue Dusk: New and Selected Poems, 1951-2001 by Madeline DeFrees; Waterborne by Linda Gregerson; Book of My Nights by Li-Young Lee; The Holy Worm of Praise by Philip Schultz; and Bellocq’s Ophelia by Natasha Trethewey)

by Judith Kitchen

Provision and Perfection (on Now That My Father Lies Down Beside Me: New And Selected Poems, 1970-2000 by Stanley Plumly)

by David Baker

Supporting Roles (on Do Not Forsake Me, Oh My Darling by Maura Stanton; The Price You Pay by Ellen Winter; Leaving the Neighborhood and Other Stories by Lucy Ferriss; & The Practical Heart: Four Novellas by Allan Gurganus)

by Kathleen Snodgrass


Winter 2002