COVID and the Creative Process
Bellevue Literary Review (BLR) editors Danielle Ofri and Doris W. Cheng are joined in conversation by poet Phillip B. Williams and novelist Weike Wang. With special guests: playwright Sarah Ruhl and scientist/writer Joseph Osmundson.
Covid has generated unusual creative pressures: Must writers write about the pandemic? Does bearing witness to inequities impact creative output? How do we make art in a time of suffering? Join Bellevue Literary Review—the award-winning literary journal that bridges healthcare and the arts—for a virtual discussion plus readings from the newest works of these acclaimed writers.
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