Arts & Letters

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Arts & Letters  
Discipline Literary journal
Language English
Edited by Martin Lammon
Publication details
Publication history
Since 1999
Publisher
Frequency Biannual
Standard abbreviations
Arts Lett.
Indexing
ISSN 1523-4592
OCLC no. 40676314
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Arts & Letters is an American semiannual literary journal, published by Georgia College & State University in Milledgeville, Georgia.[1][2]

Established in 1999, the journal is known for its in-depth interviews with major American writers, including John Guare, Tina Howe, Bobbie Ann Mason and Charles Simic.[3] Notable contributors to the journal have included K. E. Allen, Jacob M. Appel, Julianna Baggot, James Doyle, Janice Eidus, Patricia Foster, Nola Garrett, Bob Hicok, Stephen Graham Jones, Rachel Kadish, Evan Lavender-Smith, Ira Sukrungruang and Kirk M. Wright.

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As of September 2014, the staff included:

  • Editor – Laura Newbern
  • Fiction Editor – Allen Gee
  • Nonfiction Editor – Peter Selgin
  • Poetry Editor – Laura Newbern
  • Associate Editor – Alice Friman

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References[edit]

  1. ^ [full citation needed] The Telegraph. April 4, 1999.
  2. ^ Notes from Millegeville: Remnants of Rich Past Endure. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. October 15, 1999.
  3. ^ [full citation needed] The Telegraph. May 22, 2001.

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