Bellevue Literary Press

Bellevue Literary Press (BLP), founded in 2005, publishes literary and authoritative fiction and nonfiction at the nexus of the arts and the sciences, with a special focus on medicine. As their authors explore cultural and historical representations of the human body, illness, and health, they address the impact of scientific and medical practice on the individual and society.Their books target a general, educated readership, including medical and scientific professionals and academics interested in literate, jargon-free approaches to issues engaged by their practice. By bridging the gap between the arts and the sciences in original and artful ways, BLR promotes science literacy to our nonprofessional readership and humane and ethical practice to medical and scientific professionals. Bellevue Literary Press is a project of the New York University School of Medicine.



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