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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.
- Sep 15, 2021
"god don't like" by Molly Bess Rector, Read by the Poet
Molly Bess Rector’s “god don’t like,” which appeared in Issue 4.2, announces in its opening stanza the reason slashes break the lines of...
- Aug 27, 2021
"Angle of Divergence" by Alison Palmer, Read by the Poet
Alison Palmer's "Angle of Divergence" is simultaneously apocalyptic and beautiful. In the poem, which can be found in Bear Review Issue...
- Aug 13, 2021
From "Ways of Looking at a Woman" by Caroline Hagood, Read by the Author
What is a haunting in popular imagination if not a ghost inhabiting a house, refusing to leave or to let go of its human presence there?...
- Jul 30, 2021
"Lincoln Logs, Invented by John Lloyd Wright..." by Matthew Tuckner, Read by the Poet
Matthew Tuckner’s poem “Lincoln Logs, invented by John Lloyd Wright, son of well-known architect Frank Lloyd Wright,” appearing in issue...
- Jul 16, 2021
“A Good Pair of Scissors, if Taken Care of, Will Last You Forever” by Angie Macri, Read by the Poet
In the poem, which originally appears in Bear Review, Vol. 5, Issue 2, the listener looks back with Macri, a “mother heavy with all she...
- Jul 2, 2021
"Everyday I draw a different bird" by Megan Merchant, Read by the Poet
This gorgeous and compact poem won Bear Review’s first annual Michelle Boisseau Poetry Prize for a single outstanding piece. While...
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