Bellevue Literary Review‘s latest issue (45) is on the theme of “Taking Care.” In the foreword, Poetry Editor Sarah M. Sala writes: “Three years since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, we continue to redefine what ‘taking care’ means for us as individuals but also as an interdependent collective. In this issue of BLR, readers will find a variety of poetry, fiction, and nonfiction that explore the many facets of caregiving and how we care for one another, for ourselves, and for the world.” The issue features poetry by Richard Blanco, Jen Karetnick, and Jehanne Dubrow, fiction by Abby Seiff and Joy Guo, nonfiction by Sheree L. Greer and Eric Raymond, and many more talented writers. The evocative cover art is by Tatana Kellner.
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