The new issue of New England Review has just arrived from the printer, and a sample is available at here on our website, both in WordPress and PDF formats. The full issue can be ordered online right here for only $10, including shipping.
In these pages, you’ll find new fiction by Matthew Baker, Breyten Breytenbach, Karl Harshbarger, Hannah Holtzman, Bryan Hurt, Dennis McFadden, and Maura Stanton, appearing alongside new poems by Rebecca Black, Joanne Dominique Dwyer, Jonathan Fink, John Gallaher, Sally Keith, Aditi Machado, Jamaal May, Tomás Q. Morín, Darren Morris, Alison Pelegrin, Patrick Phillips, Paisley Rekdal, and Steven D. Schroeder.
In nonfiction, Marianne Boruch takes a close look at the way poems end; Ellen Hinsey reports on recent challenges to free expression and democracy in the new Hungary; and Elizabeth O’Brien recounts her personal history of zines. Plus two memorable scenes from Greg Pierce‘s play Slowgirl and translations of poems by Dominican author Frank Baez (by Hoyt Rogers) and a poem by Charles Baudelaire (by John Kinsella). This issue’s cover features artwork by Tammy Lynne Stoner. ORDER A COPY