New England Review

The New England Review  
Former names
New England Review & Bread Loaf Quarterly
Discipline Literary magazine
Language English
Edited by Carolyn Kuebler
Publication details
Publication history
1978 to present
Frequency Quarterly
ISSN 1053-1297
JSTOR 10531297

The New England Review (NER) is a quarterly literary magazine published by Middlebury College. Founded in New Hampshire in 1978[1][2] by poet, novelist, editor and professor Sydney Lea and poet Jay Parini, it was published as New England Review & Bread Loaf Quarterly from 1982 (when it moved to Middlebury College), until 1991 as a formal division of the Bread Loaf Writers' Conference. In 1991, the magazine reverted to its original name, New England Review, and opted to have only informal ties with the Writers' Conference.

NER publishes poetry, fiction, translations, and a wide variety of nonfiction in each issue. NER consistently publishes work from established writers as well as work from up-and-coming new writers. It has published work by many who have gone on to win major awards such as the Pulitzer Prize, the National Book Award, and the National Book Critics Circle Award. It is currently edited by Carolyn Kuebler and Rick Barot (Poetry).

See also


  1. "Top 50 Literary Magazine". EWR. Retrieved August 17, 2015.
  2. Scott Francis (August 15, 2012). 2013 Novel & Short Story Writer's Market. Writer's Digest Books. p. 225. ISBN 1-59963-634-4. Retrieved May 29, 2016.
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