The Georgia Review is a beautifully crafted, award-winning quarterly of contemporary thought. The quarterly publishes fiction, poetry and a range of non-fiction alongside reproductions of modern artwork. The Review, which also sponsors an annual poetry prize, is a paying and highly competitive market.

Poetry Sought

Three to five poems. "We have run poems of fewer than ten lines and more than one thousand." No translations.

Quick Facts

  • Pays cash
  • Highly competitive market
  • No simultaneous submissions
  • Reading fee charged

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More About Georgia Review

The Georgia Review is printed on 200 pages of high quality paper. Pays $4 per line of poetry and purchases first North American serial rights.

Established 1947.

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