Update on UGA Press Operations during Social Distancing

Dear Friends, Like the rest of the University of Georgia and most of the world, the University of Georgia Press is radically rethinking every aspect of our workflows and short- and long-term plans. While we remain committed to publishing books and supporting our authors, we are also acutely aware that our usual means of interaction…

UGA Press Fall 2019 Catalog is Out

Our Fall 2019 catalog has landed! Click on the catalog cover or the link in the caption to take the whole thing for a spin. We’ve also highlighted a few titles below that we think exemplify the range and depth of the list. We hope you’ll agree. Our latest collaboration with the Library of Congress and…

Spooky Short Takes: Upcoming Events, News, and Reviews

Happy Halloween, readers! The UGA Press is ready for tonight’s frightening festivities. Are you? Keep up to date with what’s going on at the UGA Press with Short Takes. Continue reading for information about our upcoming events, our latest releases, and news and reviews. Upcoming Events Frankenreads Wednesday, October 31, from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00…

Short Takes: Upcoming Events, News, and Reviews

Keep up to date with what’s going on at the UGA Press with Short Takes. Continue reading for information about our upcoming events, our latest releases, and news and reviews. Food, Culture and Place: A Public Discussion of Foodways: Friday, October 5 at 10:30 a.m., Richard B. Russell Special Collections Library Auditorium, 300 S. Hull…

Short Takes: News From UGA Press

On today’s installment of Short Takes, we’ll fill you in on the best of what’s been going on at the Press: awards and review news; spotlight on January books; and a roundup of recent and upcoming events. Plus, we’re hiring a new marketing director.  New Books This Month The Slave-Trader’s Letter Book: Charles Lamar, the…

Short Takes: News and Reviews

On Short Takes today: Press news—Book Blowout 2017, author interviews, and more; announcing Annotations, a new podcast from UGA Press; BEA; Foreign Rights news; Awards news; and the latest reviews.

Short Takes: News and Reviews

Julia Iverson’s animated film based on Kyle Dargan’s poem “The Robots are Coming” from Honest Engine Welcome to Short Takes. Below you’ll find all the news, interviews, events, and reviews that you might have missed or can look forward to in the coming months. DEADLINES: The deadline for the Georgia Poetry Prize is fast approaching. All entries must be submitted…

Short Takes: News and Reviews

Welcome to Short Takes. Below you’ll find all the news, interviews, events, and reviews that you might have missed or can look forward to in the coming months. NEW AUTHORS: Becky Mandelbaum’s Bad Kansas won the 2016 Flannery O’Connor Award for Short Fiction. “What’s most impressive about this collection of stories, in which Kansas is as…