The Georgia Review Guidelines Information

The Georgia Review Established: 1947

Frequency: quarterly

Accepts Email Submissions: no

Website URL:

Twitter: @GeorgiaReview

Description: The Georgia Review is the University of Georgia’s journal of arts and letters. Some of the many well-known authors published in the Review include Stephen Dunn, William Faulkner, Robert Frost, Philip Levine and Joyce Carol Oates.

Editor(s): Stephen Corey

Needs: Fiction, poetry, essays and book reviews.

Payment: $50 per printed page for prose and $4 per line for poetry. $50/printed page for essay-reviews and stand reviews and $50 for book briefs. Contributors also receive a one-year subscription and a contributor copy of the issue containing their work.

Tips: The Georgia Review runs an annual poetry prize called the Loraine Williams Poetry Prize.

How to Submit: You can submit work by the Submittable account or via post. There is a $3 processing fee for online submissions for non-subscribers. The Georgia Review does not accept unsolicited submissions during certain months of the year. Simultaneous submissions are accepted with the exception of book reviews. Notify them immediately if your work is published elsewhere.

Response Time: within three to five months

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Address: The Editors
The Georgia Review
706A Main Library
320 S. Jackson St.
The University of Georgia Athens GA 30602-9009

This listing was last reviewed and/or updated on 2018-03-28

Image Credit: The Georgia Review

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