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Stephen Corey

Stephen Corey is the author of four full-length poetry collections, among them THERE IS NO FINISHED WORLD (White Pine Press), and six chapbooks. His poems and essays have appeared in dozens of periodicals, and he has coedited four anthologies, most recently STORIES WANTING ONLY TO BE HEARD: SELECTED FICTION FROM SIX DECADES OF THE GEORGIA REVIEW. Born in Buffalo, New York, and reared in nearby Jamestown, Corey is editor of The Georgia Review, where he has worked since 1983.

Books by Stephen Corey

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Startled at the Big Sound: Essays Personal, Literary, and Cultural
By author: Stephen Corey
Product Code: H934
ISBN: 9780881466171
Product Format: Hardback
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STARTLED AT THE BIG SOUND: ESSAYS PERSONAL, LITERARY, AND CULTURAL is the first prose collection by Stephen Corey, a widely published poet (with ten collections in all) and one of the country's most highly regarded literary editors, who cofounded The Devil's Millhopper in 1977 and has worked with The Georgia Review since 1983. These essays, written across three decades, variously describe, analyze, and meditate upon his concurrent lives as family member, publishing writer, editor for a major literary journal, and cultural-political observer of the broader world within which he has lived while experiencing his smaller realms.