Northern New England Review

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Northern New England Review (NNER) is a literary journal devoted to and inspired by place. We think of place as an idea, an incantation, a pin in a map, a mood, & the vital tension between past & present. NNER is published by Franklin Pierce University as a creative voice for the Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont region. If you live here, are from here, found your heart here, or are currently searching for it among the dappled forests and ghostly coasts, we want to read your words. Our Volume 40 theme, Almanac, celebrates our fortieth edition—honoring our storied history by gazing forward (& skyward). Send us your star odes, tide tables, thorn(y) sonnets, & moss chronicles. Share your forest reflections, forecasts, & predictions. In our collective digital moment, how much mystery can (& should) remain as we contextualize the past & visualize the future? We like work that is delicately crafted, viscerally felt, & feverishly imaginative. We are a fully inclusive journal, committed to diversity in every aspect of NNER's publication.




Northern New England Review