The Granta.
London : Granta Publications
volumes : illustrations ; 21-27 cm
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abbreviated title
pub. began/ended
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 18, 1889)- ; [new ser., 1 (1979)]-
London : Granta Publications
[London] : [Printed and published for the proprietor by King, Sell, & Railtor, Ltd.], [1889]-
current frequency
Quarterly, 2010-
former frequency
Five issues per year, 2009
Quarterly, 1979-2008
Weekly, Jan. 1889-1978
0017-3231 0017-3232
general note
"Granta's first incarnation was as a student magazine at Cambridge University. It began in 1889 and published the early work of writers as various as E.M. Forster and A.A. Milne, Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath. Granta's second incarnation took it out of Cambridge and into the wider world. It began in 1979." (a brief history from the Granta web page).
In the new series, most issues also have a distinctive title.
Subtitle varies: 1889- : A college joke to cure the dumps; - : The magazine of new writing.
Title from caption.
catalogue key
Also published concurrently in numerous language editions, including: Bulgarian, Hebrew, Portuguese, and Spanish, etc.
Issues 29-30 dated winter 1989 and winter 1990, respectively.
Issues 31-32 both dated spring 1990.
Not published winter 1985/1986, fall 1986, summer 1987, winter 1987/1988, winter 1988/1989, winter 1990/1991, winter 1994/1995, and spring 1995.

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