Updates Happening in GPS

We’ve got a few changes here at GPS. Most of you may not be aware that President Julia stepped down recently in May. To fill the role, our active Vice President, Lucinda Clark, has filled the role.

Please welcome Lucinda into her new role. She will be reaching out to you gain volunteers, feedback, and suggestions for GPS.

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.