The Georgia Review is pleased to announce we have been approved by the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) to receive a Grants for Arts Projects award of $10,000. This grant will offset costs for a year’s worth of publication, which includes author payments and production costs. This grant is one of 1,251 Grants for Arts Projects awards totaling nearly $28.8 million that were announced by the NEA as part of its first round of fiscal year 2023 grants.
“The National Endowment for the Arts is proud to support arts projects in communities nationwide,” said NEA Chair Maria Rosario Jackson. “Projects such as this one with The Georgia Review strengthen arts and cultural ecosystems, provide equitable opportunities for arts participation and practice, and contribute to the health of our communities and our economy.”
The Georgia Review, which is based at the University of Georgia Main Library, maintains the highest pay rates for publication in literary journals. The national award-winning publication has a prestigious reputation for the quality of its bound volumes, always with glossy, full-color folios of art and often with literary work that requires design expertise for effective presentation. Support from the NEA and from our readers will help to fulfill its mission of sharing excellent writing from authors in all stages of their careers.
For more information on other projects included in the NEA’s grant announcement, visit arts.gov/news.