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What's new on our website

Racism and Anti-Blackness: educate yourself about what’s going on with something from our reading list.

We’re having a flash sale! ALL titles are 40% off during the entire month of June. Use code 08SALE at checkout.

And, click here to access our International Country Music Conference virtual exhibit.

Just where did all of these great UGA Press books come from, anyway? Let our new How Books Are Made infographic clear that up for you.

 

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  • Celebrating Women’s History Month
    We’re celebrating Women’s History Month with a list of recent UGA Press publications that include memoirs, biographies, and deep dives into subjects ranging from literature to medicine, all with a focus on the lives and histories of women. For more information, click the link in the caption.
  • Jasmine Elizabeth Smith Awarded the Georgia Poetry Prize
    The University of Georgia Press is pleased to announce Jasmine Elizabeth Smith as winner of the 2020 Georgia Poetry Prize. In partnership with the Georgia Institute of Technology and the University of Georgia, the University of Georgia Press established the Georgia Poetry Prize in 2015 as a national competition that celebrates excellence in poetry. The…
  • Fridays with Terry: My joyous lunches with the League of Extraordinary Gentlemen
    I’m not sure how it happened, but I somehow finagled an invitation to a regular lunch in Athens with Dick Hudson (former professor, Executive Director of Athens Symphony, tennis ace, incurable raconteur and bringer-together-of-people). Dick invited a revolving door of what I described as the “League of Extraordinary Gentlemen” (my attendance notwithstanding)—doctors (both medical and…