Granta Guidelines Information

Granta Established: 1889

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Twitter: @GrantaMag

Description: Granta - the magazine of new writing - was originally founded by Cambridge University students in 1889. It struggled in the 1970s and was relaunched in 1979 as a literary quarterly.

Editor(s): Sigrid Rausing

Needs: Fiction, nonfiction essays and poetry.

Length: No set length but most submissions are between 3,000 to 6,000 words.

Payment: Granta Magazine is a paying marketing according to sources like Writers Online but Granta does not list payment specific on its current online guidelines.

Tips: Note: Poetry and prose submissions are accepted during select reading periods during the year.

How to Submit: Use the online submissions system. Granta has a $4 service fee on prose submissions but does not charge for poetry submissions. Simultaneous submissions are accepted but notify them promptly if your work is accepted elsewhere..

Response Time: within six months

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Address: Granta Publications
12 Addison Avenue London W11 4QR

This listing was last reviewed and/or updated on 2018-04-12

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