Announcing Association of Writers Award for Creative Nonfiction Winner: Caroline Crew

Congratulations to Caroline Crew for winning this year’s Association of Writers & Writing Programs Award for Creative Nonfiction with her work Other Girls to Burn. Caroline Crew is the author of a collection of poetry titled Pink Museum as well as several chapbooks. Her poetry and essays have appeared in Conjunctions, DIAGRAM, Gulf Coast, Kenyon Review, Black Warrior Review, and many other…

Summer Sale Spotlight: Creative Writing from UGA Press

Catch up on your reading with the UGA Press Summer Sale and get 40% off all books during the month of June! Today we’re highlighting creative writing: short fiction, poetry, essays, and memoir. Take a look at some of our best creative writing titles below, and use code 08JUNE40 at checkout to get 40% off.…

New Annotations: Exploded View and Dustin Parsons

In addition to our spotlight on Crux: The Georgia Series in Literary Nonfiction, we are also posting Dustin Parsons’s Decatur Book Festival discussion panel. Parsons’s Exploded View: Essays on Fatherhood, with Diagrams is a novel view of fathers and the gadgets that make up childhood. In the book “graphic” essays play with the conventions of telling a life story and…

Celebrating Creative Nonfiction!

Nonfiction isn’t always dry, dusty textbooks that feel like they take ten years to read. At the University of Georgia Press, our series Crux: The Georgia Series in Literary Nonfiction publishes works that are as accessible as they are informative. They take the form of personal and lyric essays, memoirs, cultural meditations, and literary journalism.  Fire…

Paisley Rekdal Wins the 2016 AWP Award for Creative Nonfiction

Congratulations to Paisley Rekdal for winning this year’s Association of Writers & Writing Programs Award for Creative Nonfiction with her work The Broken Country: On Trauma, a Crime, and the Continuing Legacy of Vietnam. Rekdal is an essayist, photographer, and poet. She is the author of The Night My Mother Met Bruce Lee, a book…