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A specialty brew of musings, micro reviews and the occasional call to arms by the Bear Review crew and friends. Grab and go.
- Nov 23, 2021
"quikrete set in purgatory, mo" by Henry Goldkamp, Read by the Poet
Henry Goldkamp’s concrete poem “quikrete set in purgatory, mo” gives voice to the admixture of dank, know-nothing ignorance in this...
- Nov 21, 2021
Announcing the 2nd Annual Michelle Boisseau Poetry Prize
We’re stoked to launch our annual single-poem contest. Below you’ll find the details, a bio of this year’s judge, and links to the...
- Nov 5, 2021
"Margot" and "Danielle" by Megan Kaminski, Read by the Poet
A hallmark of brilliant poetry is the ability to invite the reader to step into a landscape through concise yet vivid imagery. These two...
- Oct 22, 2021
"Women's Dept." by Jules Gibbs, Read by the Poet
Jules Gibbs’s “Women’s Dept.” first appearing in Bear Review 5.1, sonically and visually overwhelms the reader. Through agile sound-play...
- Oct 8, 2021
"Leg" by Hadara Bar-Nadav, Read by the Poet
Hadara Bar-Nadav’s poem “Leg” was originally published in Bear Review and appears in her book “The New Nudity”−this poem incorporates...
- Sep 24, 2021
"Voyager, -Bound, Father" by Katherine Fallon, Read by the Poet
Katherine Fallon's heartbreaking poem, "Voyager, -Bound, Father," featured in our 7.1 Issue, is a dense and moving tapestry of grief. The...
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