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‘Georgia Review’ named 2008   National Magazine Award finalist

The Georgia Review, the quarterly journal founded and published continuously at UGA since 1947, is a finalist for a 2008 National Magazine Award in the General Excellence category.

The National Magazine Awards, now in their 42nd year, are given by the American Society of Magazine Editors and administered by the Columbia University School of Journalism. The 2008 competition drew a record 1,964 entries from 333 print and online magazines. The Georgia Review has been a finalist 18 times in various categories since first entering the NMA competition in 1985, and no other university-supported journal has come close to matching this consistent success.