Work submitted in genres that are not open will be returned unread. The NER Award for Emerging Writers provides a full scholarship to the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference for an emerging writer in any genre. Subscribe to our award-winning literary magazine and read the best in contemporary fiction, nonfiction, and poetry four times a year. The word limit is 20,000. Gift and international options available.

Your cover letter should state the genre and title(s) of the submission… Please include a manuscript, preferably in Microsoft Word format, and a CV or resume with all submissions. Please note that there is a brief period when the print issue is available before the ebook. Please send no more  than six poems at once, and upload them as a single file. We are seeking brief essays, 500 to 1000  words, in response to a book, play, poem, film, painting, sculpture,  building, or other work of art. Our digital editions replicate our quarterly print editions, and work with every device. We are seeking brief essays, 500 to 1000  words, in response to a book, play, poem, film, painting, sculpture,  building, or other work of art. Please send only one piece at a time, unless the pieces are very short  (under 1,000 words), in which case send up to three. Work submitted in genres that are not open will be returned unread. Fiction: November 1 to November 30, 2020. Ghosts come calling in May-lee Chai’s essay about the women of Nanjing, in fiction by Rwandan author Scholastique … Continue Reading. PLEASE NOTE: We are sold out of the print issue of NER 39.3. Poetry: We are looking  for long and short poems, including translations. Gift and international options available. New England Review is Accepting Submissions New England Review, one of the United States’ most distinguished literary journals, is accepting submissions from both emerging and established writers. We welcome and encourage submissions from writers of every nationality, race, religion, and gender, including writers who have never been affiliated with an MFA program and whose perspectives are often underrepresented in the literary world.

Subscribe to our award-winning literary magazine and read the best in contemporary fiction, nonfiction, and poetry four times a year. Started in 1978 and is one of the best known and best loved literary magazines in the country. Subscribe to our award-winning literary magazine and read the best in contemporary fiction, nonfiction, and poetry four times a year. ), travel writing, and  environmental writing. A flat payment of $50 for online publication plus a one-year subscription to the magazine. Choose from the selections below. Any submissions that arrive during the summer must be returned unread. The New England Law Review Forum strongly prefers Essays and Comments of 8,500 words or fewer, including footnotes, though the Forum and print will consider pieces of up to 10,000 words, including footnotes. View Your New England IRB accepts study and site submissions via our online portal, MyConnexus™.

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