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This Impermanent Earth

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Publisher Description

Douglas Carlson (Editor)
DOUGLAS CARLSON is associate prose editor of The Georgia Review. He is the author of Roger Tony Peterson: A Biography, and his work has been anthologized in At the Edge and When We Say We're Home. He has served on the Faculty Editorial Board for UGA Press and has also served advisory roles for Ascent magazine, White Wine Press, and New Rivers Press.

Soham Patel (Editor)
SOHAM PATEL is associate poetry editor at The Georgia Review. She is the author of four chapbooks of poetry including and nevermind the storm and New Weather Drafts and the full-length collections to afar from afar and ever really hear it, winner of the 2017 Subito Prize. Patel is a Kundiman fellow and a poetry editor at Fence.

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About Douglas Carlson

DOUGLAS CARLSON is associate prose editor of The Georgia Review. He is the author of Roger Tony Peterson: A Biography, and his work has been anthologized in At the Edge and When We Say We're Home. He has served on the Faculty Editorial Board for UGA Press and has also served advisory roles for Ascent magazine, White Wine Press, and New Rivers Press.

Soham Patel

SOHAM PATEL is associate poetry editor at The Georgia Review. She is the author of four chapbooks of poetry including and nevermind the storm and New Weather Drafts and the full-length collections to afar from afar and ever really hear it, winner of the 2017 Subito Prize. Patel is a Kundiman fellow and a poetry editor at Fence.

Jerome F. Bump

Susan Cerulean

SUSAN CERULEAN is a writer, naturalist, and advocate based in Tallahassee, Florida. She has written and edited many books, including gold medal Florida Book Award winner Coming to Pass: Florida’s Coastal Islands in a Gulf of Change, and her nature memoir, Tracking Desire: A Journey after Swallow-tailed Kites (both Georgia), that was named and Editor’s Choice title by Audubon magazine. I Have Been Assigned the Single Bird: A Daughter’s Memoir (also Georgia) is her most recent work.

Camille T. Dungy

CAMILLE T. DUNGY is an associate professor in the Creative Writing Department at San Francisco State University. She is the author of two poetry collections, What to Eat, What to Drink, What to Leave for Poison and Suck on the Marrow, and has helped edit two other poetry anthologies.

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Barbara Hurd

BARBARA HURD is the author of Stirring the Mud, Entering the Stone, Walking the Wrack Line, and a collection of poetry, The Singer’s Temple. Her work has appeared in Best American Essays, the Yale Review, the Georgia Review, Orion, and Audubon. She is the recipient of an NEA Fellowship for Creative Nonfiction, winner of the Sierra Club’s National Nature Writing Award, five PushcartPrizes, five Maryland State Arts Council Awards, and a 2015 Guggenheim Fellowship. She teaches in the MFA in Writing Program at the Vermont College of Fine Arts.

Brenda Iijima

BRENDA IIJIMA is a poet, novelist, playwright, choreographer, and visual artist. She is the author of nine books of poetry. Her involvements occur at the intersections and mutations of genre, mode, receptivity, and field of study. Her current work engages submerged and occluded histories, other-than-human modes of expression, and telluric awareness in all forms. Iijima is the founding editor-publisher of Portable Press @ Yo-Yo Labs. She lives in Brooklyn.

James Kilgo

JAMES KILGO (1941-2002) wrote extensively about nature, the landscape, and our connections to them. His books include Daughter of My People, Deep Enough for Ivorybills, and Colors of Africa (all Georgia).

Sydney Lea

SYDNEY LEA is a poet, essayist, and novelist whose many works include Young of the Year and A Little Wildness: Some Notes on Rambling. He was founder and long time editor of the New England Review. In 2011 he was named the Poet Laureate of Vermont.

Andrew Menard

ANDREW MENARD is a writer, artist, and critic, and author of Sight Unseen: How Frémont’s First Expedition Changed the American Landscape. He lives in New York City.

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