Bellingham Review

Managing Editor B. Woods, a graduate student in the English department, and Editor in Chief and WWU Professor of English Susanne Paola Antonetta have announced the publication of Bellingham Review Issue 83, which is now live at bhreview.org.

Established in 1977, Western's…

Western’s faculty and students are engaged in exciting research across a variety of fields. Periodically, Western Today will share short summaries of the latest developments in scholarship and research at the University. Interested in reading in-depth stories about science and research at…

Story links to "Resilient Pieholes," an online feature of The Bellingham Review, the literary journal produced by the WWU English Department.

Story links to "Resilient Pieholes," an online feature of The Bellingham Review, the literary journal produced by the WWU English Department.

Issue #77 of Western's literary journal "Bellingham Review" has been released both in print and online, and features work by recent Peabody Award winner DJ Savarese, Jillian Weise, Stephen Kuusisto, Donna Minkowitz, and more.

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The Bellingham Review, the literary journal of Western Washington University, just published its 72nd issue and, for the first time, was displayed at the Oxford Literary Festival in Oxford, United Kingdom during the first week in April.

The special section being introduced this issue…

Western Washington University’s literary journal, the Bellingham Review, will release its next issue, #72, this spring.

The new issue will mark a change in direction for the Review. Susanne Paola Antonetta, the Review’s new editor-in-chief, has introduced many new features…

Kaitlyn Teer, managing editor of Bellingham Review, the literary journal produced by Western Washington University’s MFA program, recently announced the publication of Issue 70, which includes the winners of its annual literary contests. To celebrate, the Review and Honey Moon, 1053 N. State St…

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