My Name Is Romero by David A. Romero
Huck Yeah! By Stephanie Henriksen
Moving to Nelson, British Columbia changed my relationship with skiing. It was never my passion. I was introduced to the sport by my Canadian father, but we spent most of our time in Indonesia, swimming in a warm ocean. The snow globe of Winter sports is unique because it requires one crucial element: snow. Where
Straight A Student: Evolutions in Researching Myself by Tressa Ford
A brief study of certain adjectives and how they form personality and personhood. This study draws on both dictionary definitions and lived experience.
Print Issue No. 8
Selkirk College’s Creative Writing and Digital Arts students are proud to present this year’s print edition of the Black Bear Review. Featuring 14 writers and 15 visual artists, this magazine is a true testament to the hard work, talent, and ambition of everyone involved. Due to COVID-19 the magazines are not currently being sold in
Issue #4: Launch Party! Thursday April 19
Join us on Thursday, April 19th for a celebration of up-and-coming local writers at the Black Bear Review launch party, featuring readings from the current issue and from this year’s winners of the Kootenay Literary Competition.
Winter Paws: Vol. 2, Issue 1.
While the West Kootenay’s black bears spent the fall harvesting salmon, insects and your neighbour’s garbage, the writers and editors for the Black Bear Review have been hard at work gathering literary and artistic sustenance to get you through the winter. This issue will lead you through cardboard doors to a forest of burning paper dolls, it’ll