The Bear Deluxe

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The Bear Deluxe issue 25, fall 2007.

The Bear Deluxe is a Portland, Oregon-based magazine dedicated to environmental writing, literature, and visual art. The magazine was established by Orlo, a non-profit in 1992.[1] It is released by Orlo.[2][3] The magazine is published on a biannual basis.[1]

The Bear Deluxe has received grants from the Oregon Arts Commission, the Regional Arts & Culture Council, and the Oregon Cultural Trust.[4][5][6]

The magazine sponsors the Doug Fir, an annual fiction award.[7] Past judges of Doug Fir have included Katherine Dunn, Rivka Galchen, Brian Doyle, and Jonathan Raymond.

Writing from The Bear Deluxe has been reprinted in Utne Reader.[8]

Thomas "Tom" Webb is The Bear Deluxe's co-founder and current editor-in-chief. [9]

The magazine was previously called The Bear Essential.

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