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Bellingham Review publishes literature of palpable quality: poems, stories, and essays so beguiling they invite us to come closer, look deeper.
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Bellingham Review May 22
Bellingham Review Announces Issue 76 -
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Bellingham Review May 14
Issue 76 Is Almost Here -
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Bellingham Review Apr 4
All New From the Bellingham Review -
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Bellingham Review Mar 12
Only a few more days to send in your wonderful work for consideration in our annual contest!
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Bellingham Review Mar 9
Find us at the bookfair for in Tampa! We're at Table 1510. Come give us your literary quandary and you'll get a chance to win 1 of 4 gift cards to Powell's online store!
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Bellingham Review Feb 26
Get to know a little more about Marianne Villanueva, whose wonderful work is featured in our current issue!
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Bellingham Review Feb 21
40th annual Literary Awards are now open. The Awards feature first prizes of $2,000 and second prizes of $1,000 in fiction and poetry categories, as well as publication for winners and finalists. Deadline April 30th, 2018. For more info: .
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Bellingham Review Feb 15
From Bellingham Review's poetry editor, Chloe Allmand, a review of "I Will Shout Your Name" by John Matthew Fox recently published by
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Bellingham Review Feb 8
Get to know Felicia Zamora, whose work is published in our current issue!
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Bellingham Review Feb 1
All New From the Bellingham Review -
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Bellingham Review Jan 16
There's still ample time to send in your wonderful work to our annual literary contest!
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Bellingham Review Jan 16
This month's book review comes from Bellingham Review's nonfiction editor, Michelle Runyan. By Maya Jewell Zeller and Carrie DeBacker, "From Alchemy for Cells and Other Beasts", published by Entre Rios Books, 2017!
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Bellingham Review Dec 4
Our 2018 Literary Contest is open!
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Bellingham Review Dec 20
A review of Chelsey Clammer's, Circadian, recently published by
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Sayantani Dasgupta Dec 7
My flash essay on a singular experience inside an American classroom as a newly arrived student from India.
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Bellingham Review Dec 14
Meet David Epstein, from our current issue!
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Bellingham Review Dec 7
Get to know one of the amazing writers featured in our current issue!
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Artist Trust Dec 4
We are proud to announce E. Lily Yu as the recipient of the 2017 LaSalle Storyteller Award in Fiction. “I am grateful to Artist Trust and Gar LaSalle for this grant, which comes at a critical juncture and buys me time to write,” says E. Lily Yu. Read more:
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Liturgical Credo Dec 4
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Bellingham Review Dec 4
Our 2018 Literary Contest is open!
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