Crux: The Georgia Series in Literary NonfictionNamed for intersections, and for the heart of the matter, this series will publish literary nonfiction by diverse writers working in a variety of modes, including personal and lyric essay, memoir, cultural meditation, and literary journalism. Books are intended for general readers, including writers, teachers of writing, and students, and will be both intelligent and accessible. Engagement with the world, dedication to craft, precision, and playfulness with form and language are valued. As the series develops, it will include non-American writers and experiences.
Books in this series
Arias, Choruses, Lullabies, Follies, Dirges, and a Duet
Essays on Fatherhood, with Diagrams
Fire and Stone
Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going?
Ladies Night at the Dreamland
Learning from Thoreau
Let Us Build Us a City
My Unsentimental Education
A Memoir by Debra Monroe
Kudzu, Cockroaches, and Other Misfits of Ecology
Clinton Crockett Peters
Series Advisory Board