The Atlanta Lawyer May 2018 - Page 22

BOOK REVIEW Past presidents of the Atlanta Bar Association collected on March 20, 2018 at the Capital City Club for their annual gathering of fel- lowship and exchange. Those in attendance, seated in the first row left to right: James D. Blitch IV (2016-17), Elizabeth A. Price (2005-06), Shayna Steinfeld (2008-09), Jacquelyn H. Saylor (2014-15), Executive Director Terri Bryant, Benjamin L. Weinberg (1969-70), W. Stell Huie (1968-69), Michael B. Terry (2010-11), David H. Gambrell (1965-66), and Judge T. Jackson Bedford Jr. (1994-95). E. Franklin Jr. (2015-16), Rich- ard B. Herzog (2006-07), Judge E. Clayton Scofield III (1996-97), Frank B. Strickland (1985-86), C. Wilson DuBose (1995-96), Wade H. Watson III (2013-14), William D. Barwick (1992-93), Lynn M. Roberson (2012-13), and William M. Ragland Jr. (2004-05). Last row left to right: W. Terence Walsh (1991-92), William H. Sch- roder Jr. (1978-79), Bryon Attridge (1971-72), and David N. Schaeffer (2009-10). ▪ Second row left to right: Harold Georgia Center for the Book's "Books All Georgians Should Read" Megan T. Hodgkiss Hodgkiss Consulting hodgkissconsulting@ gmail.com 22 May 2018 Looking for some recommenda- tions for your summer reading list? The Atlanta Lawyer has got you covered. Each year, the Georgia Center for the Book publishes its list of “Books All Georgians Should Read.” The list, which is designed to highlight and promote Georgia literature, includes books about Georgia or by Georgia authors. The Center solicits recommenda- tions from the public, librarians, authors, and publishing houses. An advisory committee then nar- rows down the selections. Here is the Georgia Center for the Book’s current list 1 : A Lillian Smith Reader by Lisa Hod- gens, Editor. Lillian Smith (1897 – 1966) was a writer and forward- thinking social critic. A Georgia native, Ms. Smith lived on Old Screamer Mountain overlooking Clayton, Georgia. She chronicled life in the 20th century American South, writing about racial and social inequalities. This book is 1 Book descriptions are based on the author’s website and reviews by the DeKalb County Public Library system.