Albuquerque: The Land Beside Time

“Had we but world enough, and time,” begins Andrew Marvell’s famous poem “To His Coy Mistress.” The poem, which takes the form of a persuasive argument, is a clever bid for hastening the physical consummation of the courtship between the speaker of… Continue Reading

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Our Favorite Lines of Poetry

A couple of weeks ago Book Riot posted a blog full of their favorite sentences. Inspired by their post, we decided to put together our favorite lines of poetry. These are lines that woke us up, rolled around in our heads, and… Continue Reading

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2013: Year In Reading

All of our editors have put together a list of their favorite reads of 2013. Some are new, some old, some obscure, others classics that were revisited. We love end of year lists, and here is ours. Here’s to a… Continue Reading

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What We’re Reading

It is now July. Because summer began for the staff of BMR in early May, July marks the last month of freedom from the restrictions of school, teaching, running a literary journal, etc. (In New Mexico it also marks hellishly… Continue Reading

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