Sarah McEneaney in Georgia Review

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Sarah McEneaney, Georgia Review
Cover of the literary publication, now celebrating its 60th year, includes a Sarah McEneaney painting.

The letter from the Georgia Review said I might be interested in this: Sarah McEneaney‘s painting is on the cover of the current issue. Interested? Of course I’m interested! Yahoo! (are we allowed to say that anymore?)

The quarterly journal of arts and letters is celebrating its 60th anniversary, and the issue with McEneaney’s art on the cover — and in a portfolio of images inside — also includes a poem by Pulitzer prize-winner Philip Levine and a conversation with National Book Award winner (and environmental activist) Barry Lopez.

The review is available at bookstores or you can order it online at the journal’s website. ($9 for one/$24 for four issues). The portfolio of works by McEneaney is viewable as a PDF download.

Our town’s autobiographical artist is a homespun poet of paint, a Whitmanesque voice whose celebration of the wonders of life and the triumph of the human spirit is a great complement to the works in the little journal. Someome made a terrific decision to feature her in the issue.

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