|Organization||Bellevue Literary Review|
|Due Date||January 1, 2019|
|Last Reported||December 1, 2018|
|Description||Theme issue: "The Good Life." A good life is what every human and every society strives to achieve. On the surface the elements of a good life seem obvious—health, security, contentment, meaning. But easy truisms mask the complexity of these goals. If health is such a prominent component, then how is a good life achieved in the face of illness? Does living a good life make one a good person? What do we make of people who achieve a good life using less-than-good means? Who defines what qualifies as “meaning?" Submit up to 5,000 words of fiction or nonfiction or up to 3 poems.|
|Genres||Poetry, Fiction, Non-Fiction|
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