Literary Confessions

      Let’s face it; if you’re reading the BMR blog, odds are you are a person with a literary bent. A writer. An editor. Someone who reads obscure, thought-provoking literature. Unless you are here by mistake, in which… Continue Reading

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Five Women You Should Be Reading

A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of attending the Taos Summer Writers’ Conference. I took an excellent workshop with Tom Barbash on examining the intricacies of craft in fiction. We poured over short stories and chapters of novels… Continue Reading

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Summer Must Reads: Latin@ Poets

Summer Must Reads: Latin@ Poets The Latin@ canon is vast, rich, and important because of how these writers uniquely explore their identities through themes of cultural inheritance, geographical location, and being multilingual. As these writers carve out their places, we… Continue Reading

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An Interview with Suzanne Richardson

I was very excited when the opportunity to interview Suzanne Richardson presented itself. Suzanne grew up in Durham, North Carolina. She is currently an Assistant Professor of English at Utica College in New York. Suzanne also served as Editor-in-Chief of… Continue Reading

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Our Most Anticipated Summer Reads

Jill Dehnert | Outgoing Editor in Chief Fates and Furies by Lauren Groff I love Groff’s work and have been looking forward to this new book since I first heard it was coming. Sarah Sheesley | Outgoing Managing Editor Leaving… Continue Reading

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Spring Break Reading List

Daylight savings came hand-in-hand with spring break here at UNM, and spring break means all the time we want for reading and writing (or at least that’s what we imagine before it arrives). We’ll be using the extra evening light… Continue Reading

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