Americans Curiously Abroad is the feature in the Fall 2014 issue of The Georgia Review. Now in its 68th year of publication, Editor Stephen Corey comments on the publication’s long-standing “aspiration” to “not be a Georgia review,” but rather, as Founding Editor Donald Wade noted: “. . . Georgians are, or should be, interested in everything, everywhere.” In this issue, The Georgia Review brings readers “a quintet of diverse essays [Corey] can almost guarantee will take you to a number of places you’ve never been or, in some cases, every thought of or even known existed.”
The special feature includes: Kate Harris “Lands of Lost Borders”; Jeff Gundy “The Other Side of Empire”; Adriana Páramo “My Timbuktu”; Anne Goldman “Travels with Jane Eyre”; Jeffrey Meyers “Ian Watt and the River Kwai.” Click here for full list of the issue’s contents.