Writers on Recovery: Interviews and Readings
Meet the writers and editors behind Bellevue Literary Review‘s (BLR) new issue on recovery.
Authors Julia Mascioli, Ucheoma Onwutuebe, and Rochelle Robinson-Dukes will read from their writings in the issue, as well as be in conversation with BLR editors Suzanne McConnell, Omotara James, and Danielle Ofri.
About the authors:
Julia Mascioli’s fiction has been published in Witness and the Bellingham Review. She co-edited the anthologies When You Hear Me (You Hear Us): Voices on Youth Incarceration and The Untold Story of the Real Me: Young Voices from Prison. She has an MFA in Fiction from Emerson College.
Ucheoma Onwutuebe is a Nigerian writer. She is the recipient of the Waasnode Fiction Prize and has received residencies from Yaddo, Art Omi, and The Anderson Center. Her works have appeared in Prairie Schooner, Off Assignment, and Bakwa Magazine. She is currently an MFA student at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
Rochelle Robinson-Dukes is a Professor of English at the City Colleges of Chicago. She is the editor of Brownstone Barrio Bards, a journal of Chicago poets. She has been published in African-American Review, The Carolina Quarterly, Atlanta Review, Meridian, and Salamander.
About the journal:
Bellevue Literary Review is an award-winning independent literary journal that probes the nuances of our lives both in illness and health. BLR publishes fiction, nonfiction, and poetry that brings together the perspectives of patients, caregivers, family members, students, healthcare professionals, and the general public. BLR is committed to seeking a diversity of voices from all communities and all walks of life.
The first literary journal to arise from a medical setting, BLR has published two print volumes of literature annually since 2001. As a literary arts organization, BLR offers a wide range of events at the intersection of the arts and the sciences.Buy tickets/get more info now