Established in 2004, The Bridge is an award-winning annual literary and arts journal published with support from the English and Art departments at Bridgewater State University Publishing fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and visual art from university undergraduate and graduate students, as well as alumni, The Bridge amplifies the voices of emerging artists. Our staff, composed of undergraduate students, is dedicated to making space for diverse stories and art forms, celebrating student writing and art, and helping creators gain wider audiences in the pages of The Bridge and on our website.
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Art and literature became an outlet for the outpouring of growth, grief, and love that many of us experienced.Editors of The Bridge 18
Art from Volume 18:
Murmuring; Compressed Life; Shattered Introspect; West Coasts Burning
The Bridge 18 Award Recipients
WHO WILL SURVIVE IN AMERICA? by Ashley Lima
Drowning in pain,
in the silence.
And my mind is
just to keep swimming.
I don’t know what it feels like
to be winning.
I’ve lost every race I’ve ever entered.
I hope I’m the turtle,
but when does this end