New England Review
The New England Review is a quarterly literary magazine published by Middlebury College. It was established in 1978 by Sydney Lea and Jay Parini. From 1982 till 1990, the magazine was named New England Review & Bread Loaf Quarterly, reverting to its original name in 1991. It publishes poetry, fiction, translations, and nonfiction.
The New England Review Award for Emerging Writers provides a full scholarship to the Bread Loaf Writers' Conference (BLWC) for an emerging writer in any genre. This annual award is bestowed upon a writer who offers an unusual and compelling new voice and who has been published in that year by the magazine and who is selected by the editorial staff and the BLWC director.
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