The Editor of The Georgia Review is responsible for developing and executing strategic, programmatic, and financial plans that ensure the continued success of the journal. The Editor directs the editorial, design, and production phases of The Georgia Review, working collaboratively with staff and with authors of essays, stories, poems, and reviews to meet deadlines consistently and maintain the high standards for which The Georgia Review is known. The Editor actively represents and promotes the interests of The Georgia Review throughout the university, and with literary communities locally, regionally, nationally, and even internationally. Closely advised by staff colleagues, the Editor oversees the marketing, sales, and business operations of the journal. The Georgia Review is a unit of the University of Georgia Libraries, and the Editor reports to the University Librarian and Associate Provost.