Bellevue Literary Review
The Bellevue Literary Review, founded in 2000, was created as a forum for creatively exploring a broad array of issues in medicine and society, using fiction, nonfiction, and poetry to better understand the nuanced tensions that define our lives both in illness and in health. The BLR is devoted to publishing writing that brings together the perspectives of patients, caregivers, family members, students, healthcare professionals, and the general public, allowing for deeper understanding of others’ experiences.
We publish two print issues per year, plus offer free reading guides, roundtable discussions, author interviews, editor's picks and videos. We hold two readings each year, always free and open to the public