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New England Review
About New England Review: New England Review distinguishes itself with a fine blend of fiction, poetry, and nonfiction that is both challenging and inviting to the general reader.
Editors: Stephen Donadio, Carolyn Kuebler, C. Dale Young
Middlebury, VT 05753
Phone: (802) 443-5075
Genres: poetry, fiction, nonfiction, translations, criticism, reviews
Simultaneous submissions: yes, for prose only Email submissions: no Online submissions: yes (see website) Reading period: 9/1-5/31 Response time: 4-12 weeks Payment: yes (see website) Contests: no ISSN: 1053-1297 Founded: 1978 Issues per year: 4 Distributors: Ingram, Ubiquity Average pages: 200 Sample copy (postpaid): $10 Copy Price: $10 Subscription (Ind): $30 Subscription (Inst): $45
Publisher’s Description: “One of the journals most often mentioned by writers and readers - including editors of other journals, as among the nation's best.”—Boston Globe
Each issue of New England Review presents poetry, fiction, and nonfiction in a broad spectrum of viewpoints and genres, including traditional and experimental fiction, translations in poetry and prose, criticism, letters from abroad, reviews in arts and literature, and rediscoveries. Founded in 1978 and currently edited by Stephen Donadio, NER keeps its readers in touch with the imaginative adventures of a wide range of writers, with a strong commitment to presenting new voices .
Recent and forthcoming issues feature new work by Jennifer Grotz, William Logan, Matthew Olzmann, Carl Phillips, Castle Freeman Jr., Christine Sneed, and Debora Greger, plus a range of nonfiction and translations.
NER is published four times a year by Middlebury College. Managing Editor is Carolyn Kuebler; Poetry Editor is C. Dale Young.
Vol. 33 #3 features new fiction by Norah Charles, David Guterson, Ihab Hassan, Stephen O’Connor, Leath Tonino and Adrienne Sharp; poems by Howard Altmann, Geri Doran, Robin Ekiss, Brendan Grady, Jennifer Grotz, Margaree Little, John Poch, Mark Rudman and Jake Adam York; nonfiction by Sara Maitland, Anne Raeff, Craig Reinbold, George Santayana and Myles Weber. Plus Isabel Fargo Cole’s translation of Franz Fühmann.
Vol. 33 #2 features fiction by Matthew Baker, Breyten Breytenbach, Karl Harshbarger, Hannah Holtzman, Bryan Hurt, Dennis McFadden, and Maura Stanton; poems by Frank Baez, Baudelaire, Rebecca Black, Joanne Dominique Dwyer, Jonathan Fink, John Gallaher, Sally Keith, Aditi Machado, Jamaal May, Tomás Morín, Darren Morris, Alison Pelegrin, Patrick Phillips, Paisley Rekdal, and Steven D. Schroeder. Essays by Marianne Boruch, Ellen Hinsey, and Elizabeth O’Brien, plus a play by Greg Pierce.
Vol. 33, #1 features new stories by Brock Clarke, Castle Freeman Jr., William Gilson, Jane Ratcliffe, & Christine Sneed; poems by Beverly Burch, Victoria Chang, Caleb Curtiss, Jeff Friedman, Debora Greger, Shara Lessley, John Lundberg, Matthew Nienow, C. L. O'Dell, Carl Phillips, Adrienne Su, & Valerie Wohlfeld. In nonfiction, Joseph Fruscione examines the Faulkner-Hemingway rivalry; Francis-Noël Thomas reflects on tea; Paul Plagens recalls his time in L.A. County jail's "ding tank"; Matthew Vollmer visits a collector of Nazi paraphernalia; and Karen Holmberg muses on the human voice; plus a translation, by Benjamin Ehrlich, of the Nobel Prize neuroscientist Ramón y Cajal's “Café Chats,” and more.
last updated 12/31/12