Events



Save the Date for BLR's Spring Reading


Sunday, May 3, 5pm
Bellevue Hospital - Rotunda
462 First Avenue at 28th Street, NYC

Join us for an evening of poetry and prose to celebrate the Spring issue of the Bellevue Literary Review. The reading will take place at Bellevue Hospital—perhaps the most unique venue for great literature in New York City.


The readers:


Michael O’Connor is the author of the plays Dance Therapy, Testimony, and Phone Sex, which was called “hilarious and disturbing” by the New York Times. This is his first work of short fiction. He lives with his wife and family in Manhattan.   
Michael O'Connor
Soren Stockman’s poems have recently appeared in The Iowa Review, PEN Poetry Series, H.O.W. Journal, St. Petersburg Review, Painted Bride Quarterly, The Paris-American, and Narrative Magazine, which awarded him First Place in the 2013 Narrative 30 Below Story and Poetry Contest. He’s the recipient of fellowships from the Ucross Foundation, the New York State Summer Writers Institute, and New York University. He works as Program Coordinator for Summer Literary Seminars, and lives in New York.  
Carole Stone’s forthcoming poetry collection is titled Late, and her last collections of poems were American Rhapsody, CavanKerry Press, 2012 and Hurt, the Shadow, Dos Madres Press, 2013. Professor of English Emerita, Montclair State University, she received fellowships from Rothermere Instititute, Oxford University, England, Hawthornden Castle, Scotland and the Chateau de Lavigny, Switzerland. Her poems have appeared in Cavewall, The Beloit Poetry Journal, Southern Poetry Review, and Nimrod among others. She divides her time between Springs, NY and Verona, NJ.   
Adina Talve-Goodman, a native of St. Louis, now lives in Brooklyn, where she is the managing editor of both One Story and One Teen Story. Adina's essay, "I Must Have Been That Man," was selected by Anne Fadiman as the winner of BLR's 2015 Felice Buckvar Prize for Nonfiction.  


 



Pictures from the BLR's 10th Anniversary Celebration.

Read Danielle Ofri's blog about a past BLR reading.

Please also visit the Bellevue Literary Press events page to see where their writers will be appearing.