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Mission Statement / Editorial Focus
The Bellingham Review publishes literature of palpable quality--fiction, poetry, nonfiction and hybrid work. The Review has a deep and longstanding commitment to publishing the work of marginalized peoples, both those in the United States and those overseas. In our last issue, we published a section of writers from the peoples of West Africa who have lost their land to colonization and resource extraction. We featured poets from the Tuareg of the Sahara and many other groups around the Sahel. In the past five years we have published work, much of it dissident work, from Palestine, Russia, the Philippines and other geographies. Among our U.S. writers we publish a deeply diverse group of writers and regularly include in our work literature from jails and from the undocumented.
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Western Washington University
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We read from September 15 to December 1 and have annual literary contests that run from December 1 through March 15. We use submittable.
Accepts Unsolicited Submissions
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