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Monday, January 4, 2010

BLUE FIFTH REVIEW

Blue Fifth Review, first appearing in March of 2001, is an online journal of poetry and art edited by Sam Rasnake. The primary focus for the review is to maintain a venue for new works by writers and artists. BFR is only interested in works that have not appeared in print or online.

The number of issues varies – with two or three issues – each year. Often, the issues will have a thematic focus. Past issues include awareness of violence against women, film, journey, obsession, place, the world from the female perspective … from the male perspective, contemporary Appalachian poetry, works in collaboration, and the body. At least once each year, issues are general in design and open to unsolicited submissions by poets and artists.

Past contributors include Eleni Sikelianos, Natasha Sajé, doris davenport, Jeff Daniel Marion, Marty McConnell, E. Ethelbert Miller, Virgil Suárez, Barbara Jane Reyes, Marge Piercy, Rebecca Loudon, J.P. Dancing Bear, Nathalie Handal, Roger Pfingston, Arlene Ang, M.L. Liebler, Edison Jennings, Felicia Mitchell, James Owens, Sandra Beasley, Jeannine Hall Gailey, Eileen Tabios, Suzanne Frischkorn, Gerhardt Thompson, Doug Beasley, Jeff Mann, Daphne Gottlieb, Cheryl Dodds, Leslie Marcus, Ioanna Warwick, and so many other wonderful writers and artists.

In 2006 a Broadside series – invitation only – was established, presenting a distinguished individual work by a poet. Past contributors include Evie Shockley, Peter Pereira, Vicki Hudspith, C.E. Chaffin, Susan Terris, Yun Wang, Collin Kelley, Amy Lemmon and more.

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Blue Fifth Review, first appearing in March of 2001, is an online journal of poetry and art edited by Sam Rasnake. The primary focus for the review is to maintain a venue for new works by writers and artists. BFR is only interested in works that have not appeared in print or online.

The number of issues varies – with two or three issues – each year. Often, the issues will have a thematic focus. Past issues include awareness of violence against women, film, journey, obsession, place, and more.
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