Pasaquan was built between 1957 through 1986 by Eddie Owens Martin, also known as St. EOM. It was restored by the Kohler Foundation and gifted to Columbus State University who maintains it. It’s in a peaceful spot, a bit off the beaten track, and I found it to be a quiet and relaxing place to hang around for a while. The groundskeeper, Charles, was friendly and welcoming as well as a good source of information about Pasaquan. The is the first of at least two posts.
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G. M. Lupo (ISNI: 0000 0005 0315 9196) is a native of Atlanta, Georgia where he has always had a dysfunctional relationship with his hometown. His most recent published work is the story collection Reconstruction (2020), part of his series of Atlanta Stories, which includes Fables of the New South (2017). Along with his novel, Rebecca, Too (2018), and his full-length play Another Mother, these constitute his Expanded Universe of Fictional Atlanta. He has also released a collection of essays, poetry, and stories entitled Words Words Words (2020). He was the winner of the 2017 Essential Theatre Play Writing Award for Another Mother which had its world premiere in his home neighborhood of West End in August 2017, in the building that once housed the library where he learned to read as a child. View all posts by G. M. Lupo