Geri Doran is the author of two poetry collections, Sanderlings (Tupelo Press, 2011) and Resin (Louisiana State University Press, 2005). Recipient of the Walt Whitman Award and the Amy Lowell Poetry Travelling Scholarship, she currently teaches in the Creative Writing Program at the University of Oregon. Most recently, her poems have appeared in Poetry International, Image, and Subtropics.
From its founding in 1978, New England Review has continued to publish poetry and prose of the highest quality. Year after year, it has kept its readers in touch with the imaginative adventures of many of the world's most celebrated authors, while maintaining its commitment to presenting the work of exciting new writers.
In the current issue of NER, we present many new poems, including work by Howard Altmann, Robin Ekiss, Jennifer Grotz, Margaree Little, and Jake Adam York, among others. In forthcoming issues, we will feature new work by Debra Allbery, Ted Genoways, Richie Hofmann, Wayne Johns, Courtney Kampa, and many others. Look to NER for the challenges your taste requires.New England Review
Volume 33, Number 3 / 2012