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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.
- Jan 29, 2020
Addiction in William Brewer’s I Know Your Kind
How do you describe the sound reverberating off gymnasium walls as a circle of people in folding chairs voice their ugliest secrets?
- Dec 31, 2019
Six years of Bear Review
Over beers that fateful evening in 2013, next to stacks of great books and beside decorative gourds, Brian Clifton and Marcus Myers...
- Dec 2, 2019
The 2019 Bear Review Pushcart Nominees in Their Own Words
It would be easy to explain why we love these writers, but we thought you might want to hear from them in their own words...
- Nov 8, 2019
2019 Editors Prize Interview: Kabel Mishka Ligot
It was with little hesitation we selected Kabel Mishka Ligot our first-ever Bear Review Editors Prize winner... We felt his generosity...
- Oct 9, 2019
The Things We Treasure: Reading “Antiquing” by Ashley M. Jones
If summer found you like it found me, dear reader, it saw you spending those noon-tall days with five or six books at your side. The...
- Jul 23, 2019
"I gave my spleen to coyotes": Alicia Mountain's High Ground Coward
I keep using the word "rangy" to describe the poems in Alicia Mountain's High Ground Coward. By rangy, I mean both range-like, an...
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