Last summer, my work was featured in the Summer 2010 issue of The Georgia Review, and I was honored to have one of my images featured on the cover. A highly regarded literary journal that features everything from short stories and essays to poems and visual art, it’s diverse content and outstanding quality has won The Georgia Review many awards throughout the years.
This month, the Magazine Association of the Southeast awarded The Georgia Review with seven GAMMA awards for 2010. I was thrilled to hear that the Summer 2010 issue won a Silver Award for “Best Photography” in the General Excellence Category for my portfolio, entitled “Danse Macabre”. The title was taken from a long poem inspired by my work written by Susan Ludvigson, who also wrote the introduction for the feature in the journal. I couldn’t be happier with the introduction and how the whole piece looked in The Georgia Review, and I’m ecstatic about the Silver GAMMA Award!
For more about the seven awards given to The Georgia Review, click here to read about it on their blog.