Since its inception in 1947, The Georgia Review has grown steadily to its current position as one of America's premier journals of arts and letters. Each quarterly issue offers a rich gathering of stories, essays, poems, book reviews, and visual art orchestrated to invite and sustain repeated readings….According to the Utne Reader, "Amid the legion of look-alike mags, The Georgia Review asserts a unique identity: . . . substance in an age of surface." And the London Times Literary Supplement reports: "The Georgia Review goes from strength to varied strength. Reading issues entire . . . brings home the fact that this journal sets the standard of literary, editorial, and graphic excellence. . . . With differing emphases and in different ways, The Georgia Review seems at times to talk to us all.