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Georgia Review Features Stephen Dunn

The Summer 2011 issue of The Georgia Review includes a special feature on Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Stephen Dunn: “Many a Beautiful Strangeness.” The feature is well deserved, as TGR Editor Stephen Corey notes: “…since 1980 The Georgia Review has, up through this issue, presented more than fifty of Stephen Dunn’s poems and five of his essays—plus an interview conducted by Laura McCullough [available in full on the TGR website] and a self-conducted ‘intraview,’ both of which appear here in Summer 2011. All told, Stephen Dunn’s Georgia Review poetry offerings would fill a book of nearly one hundred pages — W. W. Norton, are you listening? — and the full body of his contributions would just about flesh out an entire issue of our journal.” Read the full editorial online here, as well as the full table of contents here.

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