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The Georgia Review Winter 2003

Table of Contents


In Praise of Envy

by Michele Morano

Taming the Gorgon: My Mother into Fiction

by Lynn Freed

The Dog Gets to Dover: William Maxwell as a Correspondent

by Michael Collier

Nguyen Van Thieu Is Dead at 78

by Gabriel Welsch

Putting the Lizard to Sleep

by Ted Sanders

The Center of the World

by George Makana Clark

Two Men Do Not Dream the Same Dream

by Ewing Campbell


by Patricia Hill


by A. Van Jordan

In Loco Parentis, 1963

by Richard Howard

Once, on Patmos

by William Pitt Root


by Wyatt Prunty

The Current, Short History of 139th Street & Perfection

by Tim Suermondt

Fables of Light

by Treacy Ziegler

Anthologizing—the Good, the Bad, and the Indifferent (on Word of Mouth: Poems Featured on NPR’s All Things Considered, edited by Catherine Bowman; Poetry 180: A Turning Back to Poetry, edited by Billy Collins; Stand Up Poetry: An Expanded Anthology, edited by Charles Harper Webb; Hammer and Blaze: A Gathering of Contemporary American Poets, edited by Ellen Bryant Voigt and Heather McHugh; The Norton Anthology of Modern and Contemporary Poetry, third edition, edited by Jahan Ramazani, Richard Ellmann, and Robert O’Clair; Good Poems, edited by Garrison Keillor; and Poems to Read: A New Favorite Poem Project Anthology, edited by Robert Pinsky and Maggie Dietz)

by Judith Kitchen

New Maps of the Territories: On Mennonite Writing (on Sweeter Than All the World by Rudy Wiebe; The Breath You Take from the Lord by Patrick Friesen; Now You Care by Di Brandt; Searching for Intruders: A Novel in Stories by Stephen Raleigh Byler; and The Body and the Book: Writing from a Mennonite Life by Julia Kasdorf)

by Jeff Gundy

on Badlands by Doug Rennie

by Jack Smith

on New Stories from the South: The Year’s Best, 2003, edited by Shannon Ravenel

by Jonathan Liebson

War and Poets (on Rendezvous with Death: American Poems of the Great War, edited by Mark W. Van Wienen and Poets of World War II, edited by Harvey Shapiro)

by Ron Smith


Winter 2003