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Bellevue Literary Review

  • Vol. 17 No. 2 - Fall 2017
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Bellevue Literary Review is a unique literary magazine featuring short stories, essays, and poems that examine human existence through the prism of health and healing, illness and disease. In these universal themes, many readers feel a personal connection to the BLR and find reflections of their own lives and experiences.

BLR's latest issue, on the theme of "Finding Home: Family & Connections," essays by KJ Dell'Antonia, who describes her years reading family stories—both tragic and prosaic—submitted to the Motherlode blog of the New York Times, and Perri Klass, who explores the role reversals that doctors experience when they become a patient, or (worse!) the hovering family member of a patient. Many other talented authors fill the pages of the issue, including Ann Russell and Stephanie Wrobel, both of whom count this issue as their first story publication; Rachel Hadas, who contributes a book review: "What Good Will This Knowledge Do You? Four Poets on Illness"; and poets Ted Kooser, Thomas March, Jenny Qi, and Kelly DuMar, just to name a few. The issue's striking cover art is by father and son Paul and John Paul Caponigro, with more of their beautiful work showcased inside the issue.

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Vol. 17 No. 2
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Fall 2017
Danielle Ofri, Ronna Wineberg, Jerome Lowenstein, Stacy Bodziak
poetry, fiction, nonfiction, reviews

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