New England Review
New England Review
By: FICTION: Ron Carlson, Tamas Dobozy, Leah McCormack, Chelika Yapa. POETRY: Linda Bierds, James Allen Hall, Kenry Kearney, IV, Jane Mead, David Mura, Ricardo Pau-Llosa, Stanley Plumly, Julie Marie Wade, NONFICTION: Walter Bagehot, Peter Chilson, Durs Grübein (trans. Karen Leeder), Marie Luise Knott (trans. Margitt Lehbert), Joseph Pearson, Lia Purpura, PERFORMANCE PIECES: Marius von Mayenburg (trans. Maja Zade). POETRY IN TRANSLATION: Andreas Altmann (trans. Birgit BUnzel Linder), Daniela Danz (trans. Karen Leeder), Esther Kinsky (trans. Iain Galbraith), Sarah Kirsch (trans. Anne Stokes), Günter Kunert (trans. Gerald Chapple), Christine Lavant (trans. David Chorlton), Ulrike Almut Sandig (trans. Karen Leeder), Lutz Seiler (trans. Alexander Booth), Jan Wagner (trans. Iain Galbraith), Peter Waterhouse (trans. Iain Galbraith) , Uljana Wolf (trans. Sophie Seita), Cover artist Laura Bell
National award-winning literary journal
By publishing new fiction, poetry, and nonfiction that is both challenging and inviting, New England Review encourages artistic exchange and thought-provoking innovation, providing publishing opportunities for writers at all stages in their careers.
The selection of writings in each issue presents a broad spectrum of viewpoints and genres, including traditional and experimental fiction, long and short poems, translations, criticism, letters from abroad, reviews in arts and literature, and rediscoveries. New England Review exists in a place apart from mass culture, where speed and information overload are the norm. At NER, serious writing is given serious attention, from the painstaking selection process through careful editing and publication, where finally the writer’s words meet up with a curious and dedicated readership.