Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 18, 1889)-
"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).
Subtitle varies: 1889-19 , A college joke to cure the dumps; <autumn 2000>- , The magazine of new writing.
In the new series, each issue has also a distinctive title.
Published <2000>- by Granta Publications in London and by Granta USA in New York.
Title from caption.
Last issue of the original series was Nov. 1976?
New series began with no. 1, 1979.
volumes : illustrations ; 21-27 cm.