Your charitable contribution to the not-for-profit New England Review directly supports the creation of new literature, sustaining the writers, editors, and artists who make this journal “among the nation’s best,” according to the Boston Globe. We are proud to be published at Middlebury College, which assists with the cost of operations, but we are equally indebted to people like you who help us in our mission to publish writers at every stage of their careers.
Recent NER contributors include US and State Poets Laureate, Guggenheim and NEA Literature Fellows, and writers working towards their very first books. Work from New England Review appears every year in the Pushcart Prize anthologies, the Best American series, and the O Henry Prize anthology. Our print issues draw together established and new voices, and, between issues, the magazine’s web site presents new features and an original creative writing series. All of this takes resources, and your tax-deductible gift makes an immediate impact—you’re speaking up for the culture of books and ideas. It’s as easy as completing Middlebury’s simple and secure online form. If you already plan to give a gift to Middlebury College, you can direct your gift specifically to support the New England Review.
Levels of Support
Our supporters generously invest in NER with gifts beyond the subscription price, and their names are published in the first issue of each year.
Friends of NER ($50 – $499)
Patrons of NER ($500+)
- Please send gifts in any amount to New England Review, Middlebury College, Middlebury VT 05753.
- Or use Middlebury College’s online form.
Unless requested otherwise, all donors will be recognized yearly on our website, and their names will also appear in the first printed issue of the following calendar year.
Our sincere thanks to you for your support.