Magazine Stand :: The Georgia Review – Fall 2022

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The Georgia Review’s Fall 2022 issue is now available, with new writing from Irena Klepfisz, Myronn Hardy, Dujie Tahat, Kevin Moffett, and many more, as well as translated work by Kim Soom, Sónia Hernández, and Wendy Guerra. The art pages feature a portfolio from the exhibition Returns: Cherokee Diaspora and Art with an essay by curator Ashley Holland. Readers can find several works available to read online. In this issue, Editor Gerald Maa annouced the inaugural Georgia Review Prose Prize, which will be judged by Jennine Capó Crucet. Submissions will be accepted from 1 November–15 January. “The best short story and essay will both be published. The overall winner, chosen between the two, will receive a $1,500 honorarium and an expenses-paid trip to read with Crucet at the 2023 Smithsonian Asian American Literature Festival in Washington, D.C. The runner-up will receive a $600 prize.”

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