The Bellingham Review is pleased to announce the publication of the first issue under the editorship of S. Paola Antonetta, Issue 72, which includes a special section of new writing from Hong Kong titled “Hong Kong After Occupy,” the winners of our annual literary contests, as well as a remarkable collection of stories, poems, and essays from US and international writers. Continue Reading
The Bellingham Review is pleased to announce the publication of Issue 70, which includes the winners of its annual literary contests. The 2014 winners are Michael William Palmer, Jackleen Holton, and Tom Howard. This issue also marks the conclusion of editor-in-chief Brenda Miller’s leadership of the journal. Miller has edited the journal since 2001, guiding twenty-two issues to publication.
An interview with Katrina Hays and Steven McBurnett Just as a topographical map offers contour lines and shading to convey the land’s relief, the alliance of poet Katrina Hays and photographer Steven McBurnett conjures the experience of place. Their independent… Continue Reading
Contents: Volume XXXVIII, Issue 70 Brenda Miller Saying Goodbye S. Paola Antonetta Saying Hello 2014 Contest Winners Annie Dillard Award for Creative Nonfiction Joy Castro Judge’s Comments Michael William Palmer A Glossary of West Texas 49th Parallel Award for Poetry Kathleen… Continue Reading
Contents: Volume XXXVII, Issue 68 Brenda Miller Letter from the Editor 2013 Contest Winners 49th Parallel Poetry Award Kevin Clark Judge’s Comments Jane Satterfield Elegy with Trench Art and Asanas Annie Dillard Award for Creative Nonfiction Dinah Lenney Judge’s Comments… Continue Reading