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A journal like Little Patuxent Review requires a vibrant literary and artistic community to thrive–and even survive. In appreciation of the cultural organizations around us, we present “Meet the Neighbors,” where we provide you with some personal introductions. These are … Continue reading
I met a few weeks ago with my friend, massage therapist and poet Lisa Faraone. We welcomed 2011 with an exchange of gifts and a cup of tea. What serendipity that Lisa put The Miracle of Water by Masaru Emoto … Continue reading
There was a time when we could not think of anyone but Michael R. Clark as editor of Little Patuxent Review, but now we must. As Clark began his third year in Singapore and his first as Chairman of the English … Continue reading