Georgia Review

Avid Bookshop and The Georgia Review Present Jennine Capó Crucet and Brian Truong

The Georgia Review, Avid Bookshop, and the Athens-Clarke County Library invite the public to a free author event and book signing with Jennine Capó Crucet and Brian Truong. Join us to hear passionate, funny, and thought-provoking work that highlights the difficulties and blessings of living in immigrant communities. 

Spotlight x Spotlight Ecologies // Sea Sound Seen: Peter Van Zandt Lane, Dana Montlack, and Felicia Zamora

Join us for aqueous work from an award-winning poet and distinguished composer. Peter Van Zandt Lane will give a presentation on his current composition project, Thresholds, a work for orchestra and electronics that incorporates data sonification from the Georgia Coastal Ecologies Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) site and is supported by a grant from the Georgia Sea Grant Artists Program.

Georgia Writers Hall of Fame: Percival Everett

Join the Hargrett Library for the induction of Percival Everett into the Georgia Writers Hall of Fame on Thursday, November 2nd at 6:00 p.m. in room 285 of the UGA Special Collections Building. Everett will give a reading and participate in an audience Q&A; a light reception will follow. This free event is part of the University's Signature Lecture series; RSVP is required. Email LNessel@uga.edu to RSVP.

UGA Libraries FACTS. Academic Fair

At UGA Libraries, we’ve got FACTS, and we don’t just mean the information that you can access through our books, online journals, databases, and other resources. Learn how to navigate the services that can put you on track for academic success — from our study spaces to the technology that enables you to take your projects to the next level — and meet the librarians and staff who can teach you to perfect your research skills.

UGA Libraries FACTS. Academic Fair

At UGA Libraries, we’ve got FACTS, and we don’t just mean the information that you can access through our books, online journals, databases, and other resources. Learn how to navigate the services that can put you on track for academic success — from our study spaces to the technology that enables you to take your projects to the next level — and meet the librarians and staff who can teach you to perfect your research skills.

UGA Libraries FACTS. Academic Fair

At UGA Libraries, we’ve got FACTS, and we don’t just mean the information that you can access through our books, online journals, databases, and other resources. Learn how to navigate the services that can put you on track for academic success — from our study spaces to the technology that enables you to take your projects to the next level — and meet the librarians and staff who can teach you to perfect your research skills.

Marylyn Tan Reading

In 2020, Marylyn Tan’s debut volume shocked Singapore’s literary world by winning the country’s premier English-language poetry prize, making its then twenty-seven-year-old author the first woman to ever win the award. Moreover, it is not a polite book. It is an instruction book, a grimoire, a call to insurrection to wrest power back from the social structures that serve to restrict, control, and distribute it among those few privileged above the disenfranchised.