The New Guard literary review
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- Publication Date:December 30, 2010
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The New Guard literary review is an annual journal founded in Knightville, Maine. TNG is the only independent multi-genre review in the state. We offer two contests that award $1,000 each and publication each year, one in fiction (The Machigonne Fiction Contest) and one in poetry (The Knightville Poetry Contest). Each year the judges change, and the editors change, with the exception of Shanna McNair, the founding editor and publisher. Our inaugural contests were judged by Donald Hall and Debra Spark, and our present contests (2011) will be judged by Charles Simic and David Plante. We have a letters section each issue, with contributors such as Maxine Kumin, Sven Birkirts, Thomas Lynch, Adam Braver, Scott Wolven and Tom Grimes. Our first letter section was entitled "Writers to Writers: Fan Letters to the Dead." We also have nonfiction contributors to each issue. Our 2010 nonfiction contributors were Bill Roorbach and Jaed Coffin. We are also a proud member of the Council of Literary Magazines & Presses (CLMP).
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