Summer 2020 Issue Launch

The pandemic may have kept us from gathering in person, but we’re thrilled to celebrate the launch of our newest issue nonetheless. This issue features work from twelve incredible poets, four short stories, four creative nonfiction pieces, and original artwork from Katherine Tzu-Lan Mann.

The new issue is available in print or, for the first time, as a digital copy. Get yours today!

We’re hoping to hold an in-person reading once it’s safe to do so, but several contributors to the new issue shared videos of themselves reading their work. Please enjoy our virtual launch and stay safe and healthy!

Editor Steven Leyva introduces the Summer 2020 issue of Little Patuxent Review.
Kelechi Nwankwoala reads his poem “2019 Unrest”
Raquel Gomes shares her essay “A Love Story in Eleven Scenes”
Tim Singleton’s essay “A Place to Call Home” explores the landscapes of featured artist Katherine Tzu-Lan Mann
Poet Shane Moritz reads “Up a Creek”
Chiara Di Lello reads her poem “how to end a decade”
David Gavin reads from his creative nonfiction piece “1959, Galway Races”
Patricia Bidar reads her short story “The Gap Year”
Dave Eberhardt reads his poem “After ‘Bladerunner 2049’ and Anton 107 Webern ‘Piano Variations’-Op 27 Ruhig, fliessend,” which won the Enoch Pratt Free Library Poetry Contest this year

Thank you so much to all our readers and contributors! We hope to celebrate you in person soon!

Get your copy of the Summer 2020 issue—it makes great company for social distancing!

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