• About Our Journal

    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

    Contributor News

    Congratulations are in order for John Sibley Williams, whose work has appeared multiple times in Arts & Letters! He has a collection of poems, Skin Memory, coming out this November from the University of … read more

    Ampersand Interview Series: Esteban Rodriguez

    In the latest Ampersand Interview, we spoke with Esteban Rodriguez about his writing journey, developing habits, and how he writes today. Rodriguez’s poem “Theophany” was published in Arts & Letters Issue 38. … read more

    Contributor News

    Congratulations to last year’s winner of the A&L Susan Atefat Prize, Megan Harlan! Her collection of essays, Mobile Home, comes out in 2020 from the University of Georgia Press.

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  • Current Issue

    Issue 38

    The Arts & Letters Spring Issue is now available for purchase! This issue features the winner of the 2018 Unclassifiable Contest.

    You are able to buy this issue. The digital version is available for purchase! You can also order a yearly subscription.

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  • Arts & Letters Reviews

    The Chattahoochee Review, Volume 38.1

    Volume XXXVIII Number 1, Spring 2018 The Chattahoochee Review, published by Perimeter College at Georgia State University, has been around since 1981 and publishes art, fiction, non-fiction, poetry, translations, and reviews. … read more

    The Pinch, Issue 37, Volume 2

    MFA-run The Pinch at The University of Memphis publishes prose (fiction and creative nonfiction), poetry, and art. This, the second issue of the 37th volume, comes covered in cool tones … read more

    Indiana Review, Volume 39, Issue 1

    Since I’m a Michigan girl in central Georgia, of course I’d want to review something that feels a bit like home. I was also drawn to the 2016 Half K … read more

    Featured Archives

    Unclassifiable from Emily Wolahan

    On Emily Wolahan: Emily Wolahan is the author of the poetry collection HINGE. Her poetry has appeared in Boston Review, Georgia Review, DIAGRAM, Oversound, and many other publications. Her essay “The … read more

    Fiction from Wes Civilz

    On Wes Civilz: Wes Civilz lives on a green hill in Vermont. He teaches writing at the community college level, and has recently gone back to school for computer coding. … read more

    Creative Nonfiction from Kristin Kostick

    On Kristin Kostick: Kristin Kostick writes poetry and nonfiction, and is an anthropologist based in Athens, Greece. She received her MFA in nonfiction in 2015 from the University of Houston’s creative … read more