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    Arts & Letters is a national literary journal at Georgia College, operating out of the MFA program in Milledgeville, Georgia. One of the premier journals of the Southeast, Arts & Letters attracts young, fresh voices as well as well established writers ... read more
  • News and Updates

    Dinner with Amy Hassinger: Some Advice and Inspiration

    Ernestine Montoya, one of our assistant fiction editors, spoke with our A&L Fiction Prize judge, Amy Hassinger: On Tuesday, March 7th, Amy Hassinger visited Georgia College to read from her … read more

    A&L Prize Submissions Open Through March

    The 19th Annual Arts & Letters Prize Competition opens just in time for AWP. Our staff of readers and editors will be at booth 311 all day Thursday through Saturday … read more

    A&L Prize Judges Announced

    We’re excited to have Richard Garcia, Amy Hassinger, and Sonja Livingston as judges for the 19th Annual Arts & Letters Prize Contest. Submissions open in February!

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  • Current Issue

    Issue 33

    The Arts & Letters Fall Issue is now available for purchase! This issue features the 18th Annual Arts & Letters Prize winners along with work from all our great contributors. There's something in this issue for everyone!

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  • Arts & Letters Reviews

    Greensboro Review, Number 98, Fall 2015

    UNC-Greensboro’s Greensboro Review, I like the looks of it. Cover is nice, unfussy; a tough, no-nonsense cardboard render with contributors stenciled on the front. Reminds me of a pamphlet the … read more

    Review of Station Eleven

    If Cormac McCarthy‘s The Road met television’s The Walking Dead, you’d have Emily St. John Mandel’s Station Eleven—minus the grisly cannibalism and zombies. With the recent popularity of post-apocalyptic writing … read more

    Southern Poetry Review, Volume 52, Issue 1

    One of the oldest literary journals in the country, Southern Poetry Review has been publishing since 1958. There is much to be excited about in their latest issue, Volume 52, … read more

    Featured Archives

    Poetry from Richard Garcia, 2017 Poetry Prize Judge

    On Richard Garcia: Richard Garcia won the 2016 Press 53 award for his book, Porridge, which was published in March of 2016. His book, The Other Odyssey, from Dream Horse … read more

    Creative Nonfiction from Lina María Ferreira Cabeza-Vanegas

    On Lina María Ferreira Cabeza-Vanegas: Lina María Ferreira Cabeza-Vanegas recently received a 2016 Writer’s Award from the Rona Jaffe Foundation. Her nonfiction book, Don’t Come Back, which will include the … read more

    Stoning the Porcupine: Unclassifiables Winner

    On Melvin Adams: Melvin Adams is a retired scientist and technical manager. His poetry and prose have been published in a number of journals and have won several awards. He … read more