Today International Workers Day, the graduate workers of the University of New Mexico are walking out to call for worker’s rights for all Teaching, Graduate, and Resident Assistants. Graduate workers play a pivotal role in university education but are not… Continue Reading
Founder of Blue Mesa Review, Rudolfo Anaya, is among a select few who will receive a 2015 National Humanities Medal tomorrow, awarded by none other than President Obama. The BMR staff congratulates Rudolfo on this well-deserved acknowledgment of his hard… Continue Reading
The allure of memoir is that it’s part voyeurism and part cheerleader. The reader is fascinated with the writer’s journey through the seemingly un-navigable; trusting, of course, that the events of the memoir are related fairly and accurately along the… Continue Reading
I begin my last year as an MFA student at The University of New Mexico in about two weeks. At the start I came into it with an open mind as to what I would write about for the… Continue Reading
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In honor of National Poetry Month, here’s a list of eight up and coming poets whose careers will surely be worth following. If you haven’t already, we encourage you to check out the works of these talented poets: Beth Bachmann’s… Continue Reading