The New Equinox

The New Equinox was an American literary magazine that was published quarterly from 1970 to 1985. The publication was based in Manchester Center, Vermont, and was founded by poet Sydney Lea and writer Neil Shepard.Image:the-new-equinox-sample-cover

The magazine featured works of poetry, fiction, essays, memoirs, and reviews by emerging and established writers from across the United States. The New Equinox was known for its emphasis on regionalism, with many of its contributors hailing from the northeastern United States.

Some of the notable writers whose works appeared in The New Equinox include Galway Kinnell, Alice Fulton, and Grace Paley. The magazine also published translations of contemporary European poetry.

The New Equinox was well-respected in the literary world and was known for its commitment to presenting diverse and innovative literary voices. After ceasing publication in 1985, it remained an important record of the literary landscape of the northeastern United States in the latter part of the 20th century.{{Categories}}

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