By ED BOLAND JR.
Published: May 13, 2001
New York Times
“For more than 200 years, as America’s oldest public hospital, Bellevue Hospital Center has seen the gamut of human experience and emotion. Birth and death, healing and sickness, bliss and agony are daily occurrences. And now some doctors and others at Bellevue want to mine those experiences in a new way, with The Bellevue Literary Review.
The first issue of the review, a project of the department of medicine at New York University, is scheduled to appear in September. It will include fiction, literary nonfiction, essays and poetry that deal with medicine, health, healing and illness. The deadline for submissions is Tuesday….” Read the full article in the New York Times.