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GPS Open Mic – June 20th @ 7pm

When: Jun 20, 2022 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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GPS Quarterly Meeting Information

The next GPS Quarterly Meeting will be held in-person with an option for Zoom on Saturday, July 23, 2022, on the campus of Agnes Scott College in Decatur. We will delight in no longer being on Zoom!

When: Jul 23, 2022 11:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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The 2021 Charles Dickson Chapbook Winner Is Published

Lou Jones, winner of the 2021 Charles Dickson Chapbook Competition, has been published by the Georgia Poetry Society. His work, Of Poetry and Poets, is available now from Amazon.com and soon in the GPS Bookstore.  Lou will read from it during our April quarterly meeting.

Congratulations, Lou!


Poem at the Edge of the World

Julia Caroline Knowlton’s new chapbook, POEM AT THE EDGE OF THE WORLD, published by Alice Greene & Co., is available for purchase.  This work explores love and loss and also presents two often overlooked French women artists.

 

 


Ed Nichols New Book

Ed NichioEd Nichols of Clarkesville, Georgia has published another fiction book.

“We’ll Talk Some More” A Collection of Southern Short Stories.

The stories are set in the rural south, primarily Georgia. Each story captures the lives of ordinary people who find happiness, sorrow, revenge, job loss, death and sometimes a new beginning. From the Civil War to present day, the stories describe vivid portraits of  individuals, their homes and their small towns.

We’ll Talk Some More” is for sale at Amazon Books and local bookstores.