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Georgia Poet Laureate’s Prize

Georgia Poet Laureate’s Prize 2020: Meet the winner and finalists

Launched in 2014 by Judson Mitcham in collaboration with the Georgia Council for the Arts, the Georgia Poet Laureate's Prize is an annual program designed to encourage works by teen writers. Read the works of the 2020 winner and finalists.
Georgia Poet Laureate’s Prize

Georgia Poet Laureate’s Prize 2019: Meet the winner and finalists

Launched in 2014 by Judson Mitcham in collaboration with the Georgia Council for the Arts, the Georgia Poet Laureate's Prize is an annual program designed to encourage works by teen writers. Read the works of the 2019 winner and finalists.
Georgia Poet Laureate’s Prize

Georgia Poet Laureate’s Prize 2018: Meet the winner and finalists

Launched in 2014 by Judson Mitcham, the state's poet laureate, in collaboration with the Georgia Council for the Arts, the Georgia Poet Laureate's Prize is an annual program designed to encourage works by teen writers. Read the works of the 2018 winner and finalists.
Georgia Poet Lauerate's Prize

Georgia Poet Laureate’s Prize 2017: Meet the winner and finalists

Launched in 2014 by Judson Mitcham, the state's poet laureate, in collaboration with the Georgia Council for the Arts, the Georgia Poet Laureate's Prize is an annual program designed to encourage works by teen writers. Read the works of the 2017 winner and finalists.
Georgia Poet Laureate's Prize 2016

Georgia Poet Laureate’s Prize 2016: Meet the winner and finalists

Launched in 2014 by Judson Mitcham, the state's poet laureate, in collaboration with the Georgia Council for the Arts, the Georgia Poet Laureate's Prize is an annual program designed to encourage works by teen writers. Read the works of the 2016 winner and finalists.

Georgia’s poet laureate recognizes young poets with new award

“Poetry is made of language under pressure—words chosen with precision and charged with meaning,” says Judson Mitcham, Georgia’s poet laureate. This spring, Mitcham and the Georgia Council for the Arts debut the Poet Laureate’s Prize, to be awarded for an original poem written by a state high school student.

Georgia’s poet laurate recognizes young poets with new award

“Poetry is made of language under pressure—words chosen with precision and charged with meaning,” says Judson Mitcham, Georgia’s poet laureate. This spring, Mitcham and the Georgia Council for the Arts debut the Poet Laureate’s Prize, to be awarded for an original poem written by a state high school student.

Did Veronica Mars marry Piz?

When last we left Piz in the finale of the cancelled-too-soon series, he was dating Veronica—and had just been beaten up by Logan, her ostensible soul mate.

The Norcross Experiment

Most schools in metro Atlanta are dominated by one demographic. They’re poor, affluent, white, black, or Hispanic. Their classrooms are filled with fourth-generation Georgians—or refugees who arrived in Atlanta last month.

Videos of the Day: Future Georgia Bulldog Ray Drew

Ray Drew announced his college plans this morning at Thomas County Central High School. The much-sought-after Thomasville five-star defensive end has chosen UGA. Check out a highlight video put together by 247 Sports to see how Drew can contribute to the Bulldogs (there isn't any audio) and an interview with the high schooler about his college goals

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