BLR editors Danielle Ofri and Doris W. Cheng are joined in conversation by poet Phillip B. Williams and novelist Weike Wang. With special guests: playwright Sarah Ruhl and scientist/writer Joseph Osmundson. Covid has generated unusual creative pressures: Must writers write about the pandemic? Does bearing witness to inequities impact creative output? How do we make art in a time of suffering? Join Bellevue Literary Review—the award-winning literary journal that bridges healthcare and the arts—for a virtual discussion plus readings from the newest works of these acclaimed writers. RSVP required.