Northern new england review
Northern New England Review is a literary journal published by Franklin Pierce University as a creative forum for writers exploring the Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont region. If you live here, lost or found your heart here, or are searching for it among our cedar forests, cold lakes, and rocky coasts, NNER has the poems, short fiction, and creative nonfiction you want to read. NNER is available in the periodicals sections of most public libraries and prisons in New Hampshire, Maine, and Vermont—more than 250 locations across northern New England. We are a fully inclusive journal and a proud member of the Community of Literary Magazines and Presses (CLMP). Join us as we carve a new path through the literary terrain.
Current Edition: NNER Volume 41, Chrysalis K
A chrysalis is a transforming being as well as the protective shell in which a creature develops. With this rich complexity in mind, NNER Volume 41 centers the art and craft of change. We share lyrical stories of growing pains and evolution, narrative and experimental verse, and shapeshifting characters.
Send us your most imaginative writing. Our annual submission period is Nov 1 - Jan 1 (our submissions are always free). Print editions mail every spring.
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