Published quarterly by The University of Georgia since 1947, The Georgia Review features an eclectic blend of essays, fiction, poetry, graphics, and book reviews. Appealing across disciplinary lines, the Review draws its material from a wide range of cultural interests—including, but not limited to, literature, history, philosophy, anthropology, politics, film, music, and the visual arts.
The Georgia Review is produced with the greatest care: we offer a well-designed format, printing on book-quality stock, and durable perfect binding of each issue’s +/-200 pages.
The best way to become acquainted with any publication is to read its recent issues. We invite you to enjoy and study our pages at your library or—even better—to subscribe yourself ($35 per year for four issues—with single copies available for $15 and sample back issues for $10).
Past contributors include veteran writers Lee K. Abbott, Alison Hawthorne Deming, Rita Dove, Stephen Dunn, Louise Erdrich, Albert Goldbarth, Susan Gubar, Ihab Hassan, Mary Hood, Greg Johnson, Judith Kitchen, Maxine Kumin, Philip Levine, Barry Lopez, Joyce Carol Oates, Linda Pastan, Pattiann Rogers, Reg Saner, George Singleton, Natasha Trethewey, Brian Turner, David Wagoner, Daniel Wallace, Gerald Weales, Robert Wrigley, and Paul Zimmer—as well as new voices such as Todd Boss, Elea Carey, Jeremy Collins, Michael Donohue, Rene Houtrides, Laura Sewell Matter, and LaWanda Walters.
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There are 13 completed reports in the past 12 months.
Averages and Boundaries:
27 min | 87.33 mean avg | 84 median | 158 max days
92.30%(16.66% of rejections are personal)
2 pending responses (38 min | 121 mean avg | 121 median | 204 max days waiting) Note: pending statistics may skew high if some users neglect their data. We recommend querying after the time the market suggests to query.