As I mentioned above, my poem "Family Physician" will be published in the upcoming issue of the Bellevue Literary Review. As a contributor, I get to gift one gift subscription.
Follow the instructions below for your chance to win!
WHAT YOU GET:
A free one year subscription (2 issues) of the Bellevue Literary Review beginning with the current issue that includes my poem "Family Physician."
Hit Reply to this email by Wednesday May 22nd, and include the message: I'd like a Gift Subscription the The Bellevue Literary Review!
WHAT HAPPENS NEXT:
- Next Thursday, May 23rd: I'll draw a winning name.
- Friday, May 24th: I'll contact the winner to request they send their name and address to receive their gift subscription. They will have to claim their subscription by Sunday, May 19th.
- Monday, May 20th: If the first winner has not claimed their gift subscription, I will draw another name, and will continue drawing names until the subscription is claimed.
- Once I have a confirmed winner, I will let everyone who entered know whether or not they won.
ABOUT BELLEVUE LITERARY REVIEW:
The Bellevue Literary Review, founded in 2000, was created as a forum for creatively exploring a broad array of issues in medicine and society, using fiction, nonfiction, and poetry to better understand the nuanced tensions that define our lives both in illness and in health. We are devoted to publishing writing that brings together the perspectives of patients, caregivers, family members, students, healthcare professionals, and the general public, allowing for deeper understanding of others’ experiences.
Founded by physician-writers who had frequently incorporated literature into their clinical teaching, the BLR was also initially conceived as a way to improve communication skills and to foster a greater sense of empathy in doctors-in-training. This focus expanded to the general public, given the broad and expanding societal interest in topics of illness, health, and healing. The aging of the population, the greater presence of illness in everyday life, and the intense political and economic focus on healthcare have combined to drive health-related issues into the public discourse in an unprecedented manner. By bringing in the creative literary arts and a fresh set of voices, the BLR provides a unique contribution to this societal conversation.