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Judson Mitcham (born 1948) is an author and professor best known as being the only writer to win the Townsend Prize for Fiction twice. His poetry is featured regularly in publications such as Harpers, The Chattahooche Review, and The Georgia Review, and his books have earned considerable critical acclaim. His most well known book is The Sweet Everlasting. In 2004 the University of Georgia press published his book Sabbath Creek.
Currently, Mitcham works as a part-time professor at Mercer University, where he teaches various creative writing classes.
- Ruppersburg, Hugh (April 2007). The new Georgia encyclopedia companion to Georgia literature. University of Georgia Press. pp. 322–. ISBN 978-0-8203-2876-8. Retrieved 25 June 2011.
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