Beechwood Review is a digital and print publication featuring visual art, poetry, fiction, and non-fiction. The name comes from the street that my grandmother lived on for the majority of the time that I knew her, Beechwood Way. She was a woman who appreciated literature, film, the arts, and humor, especially fart humor.
We don’t take ourselves too seriously here, and by we I mean me. I say “we” in the hopes that you think there’s a big team behind this small review, but there isn’t. It’s just me, Richard J. Heby—writer and editor from New York City. I like minimalism. I believe chaos and reason are closely connected. I like words and pictures that show that. I started this review to place to showcase that kind of work and to bring attention to authors and work that may otherwise go unnoticed.