Writer, editor, journalist

Georgia Lee

Georgia Lee is an award-winning writer, editor, journalist, literary impresario. Vice President, programming, Atlanta Writers Club. Co-Director, Atlanta Writers Conference. Former Director, Ivy Hall, the SCAD Atlanta Writing Center. Former Southeast Bureau Chief, “Women’s Wear Daily,” and “W” magazine.
Finalist: “Glimmer Train” New Writers Contest, 2012. Winner: Atrium award for Excellence in Business Journalism – University of Georgia Henry Grady School of Journalism. Winner: DIVA Award for Fashion Journalism – The Atlanta Apparel Mart. Blogger at http://www.georgialeesays.com and http://www.georgialeesaysnamaste.com.
Contributor to national/international publications, blogs and anthologies. Yoga, meditation and fitness instructor, helping women restore, renew and reinvent themselves during life transitions.
Seeker of truth, beauty, art and transcendence. Awed by Shakespeare, Poe, Karen Russell, Richard Ford, so many others.

“Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow, creeps at this petty pace until the last syllable of recorded time.” – Shakespeare

“Life is but a dream within a dream within a dream” – Poe

“We shall not cease exploring, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time.”
~ T.S. Eliot


6 Responses to About

  1. Margo Perry says:

    Georgia, This is John’s sister-in-law, Margo Perry. I just read your short story in Cup of Christmas, about Christmas in Rich’s department store, and your descriptions were wonderful – they reminded me of shopping at Marshall Field’s in Chicago at Christmas time. And I agree with you about the travesty of the Macy’s take over. Such good traditions have been lost.
    As I read the story, it was when the student referred to your mother as “Mrs Lee” and It registered that the child’s name was Georgia, that I realized the name was “Georgia Lee”. Went back to the beginning of the story which I am reading on Amazon Cloud on my iPad and saw that the author’s name is Georgia Lee. Got to your web page, and there is the picture of Savannah! No mistaking that lovely young niece of mine.
    You are a gifted writer. Thank you for adding this story to the collection of Christmas readings for me and so many others.
    Happy New Year!

    Liked by 3 people

    • Margo! What a pleasant surprise to see your comment. I can’t believe you saw this and were reading along and discovered my true identity.
      Thank you so much for your comments. I know Marshall Field was like Rich’s, I’ve heard so many great stories about it.
      I trust that you, Elisabeth and Allison and Christopher had a great holiday. Savannah enjoyed her trips to Wyoming and had such stories!
      I’ll write soon, as I believe Sav. has your address.
      Happy New Year,


  2. Congratulations! I have nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award! Even if you’ve been nominated before I still wanted to show my appreciation and support! 🙂 Please check out my post for more information!!


    Liked by 1 person

  3. Rellick says:

    Wow, you have amazing credentials. Happy blogging.


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