New England Review, a publication of Middlebury College, has received a $10,000
Art Works grant from National Endowment for the Arts to support the publication and promotion of the quarterly literary journal in print and digital formats.
Carolyn Kuebler, who will assume the role of Editor of New England Review during the 2014 funding period, said, “We are thrilled to receive the support of the NEA, which will allow us to increase payments to authors for the first time in twenty years, and will support our ongoing efforts to make great new writing available to a wider audience.”
During the grant period (January through December 2014), New England Review will publish four issues of the journal in print and digital editions; contribute new audio, video, and original writing to its website; and continue building an audience of readers. Funds requested from the NEA will be used to support publishing expenses, including increased writers’ fees, as well as digital outreach and marketing.
New England Review Receives National Endowment for the Arts Art Works Grant