Self-Interview: Clarinda Harriss

Writers agonize over the every word, then painstakingly revise and edit. And visual artists tend to communicate best at the preverbal level. So the prospect of having to spew spontaneous utterances at the behest of a stranger can be unnerving. While some grin and bear it, others find a better way to bare their souls: fabricating […]

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Concerning Craft: Clarinda Harriss

The “Concerning Craft” series introduces Little Patuxent Review contributors, showcases their work and draws back the curtain to reveal a little of what went into producing it. Please meet Clarinda Harriss, educator, publisher and poet. She’s a Professor Emerita of English at Towson University and the former department chair, has served as the faculty advisor to Grub […]

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Clarinda Harris: Sorcerer’s Apprentice

Clarinda Harris is one of our featured poets in the Summer 2017 issue. She has graciously allowed us to reprint her poem here.  Sorcerer’s Apprentice “I asked for water, boy; you’ve brought me beer.” —Attributed to Mrs. Siddons, ca. 1850 Here comes my man playing man-servant, bringing me a pretty wineglass full of milk. the […]

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Q&A with Dave Eberhardt, 2020 poetry contest winner

Many congratulations to Dave Eberhardt, the winner of the 2020 Enoch Pratt Free Library/ Little Patuxent Review Poetry Contest! Dave’s winning poem, “After ‘Blade Runner 2049’ and Anton Webern ‘Piano Variations’- Op 27 / Ruhig, fliessend,” will be published in the Summer 2020 issue of LPR (out soon!). Dave retired in 2010 from 33 years […]

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Meet the Neighbors: Q&A with Shaileen Beyer

Little Patuxent Review reminds all its readers and contributors that we are sponsoring a free poetry contest for Maryland residents with the Enoch Pratt Free Library. The winning poem will be published in Little Patuxent Review, honored at a reading at the Library, and celebrated at Baltimore’s CityLit Festival. Runners-up may also be considered for publication. The […]

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