Statement of Sorrow and Support of All Humanity

Truth Thomas is a board member of the Little Patuxent Review, and his words below express the feelings of the magazine’s board and staff.   On Friday, March 15, 2019, at least 49 people, including young children, were murdered by a white supremacist who targeted Muslims at two mosques in the city of Christchurch, New Zealand. […]

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Concerning Craft: Four Ways to Find Inspiration in Writer’s Block

Adam Gianforcaro is the author of the poetry collection Morning Time in the Household, Looking Out and children’s picture book Uma the Umbrella. His poems can be found in Poet Lore, the Minnesota Review, Maudlin House, Literary Orphans, and others. Adam’s poem, “I Want to Hold My Boyfriend’s Hand,” appeared in LPR’s Winter Issue 2019 (available […]

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Why I Write: Maintaining My Practice

Linda Joy Burke is a performance poet, writer, picture taker, workshop facilitator, and interactive music maker. She’s also a contributing editor for Little Patuxent Review. We’re grateful to her for this blog post. I bought a T-shirt from a poet colleague at a local literary festival, a couple of decades ago, which had a picture […]

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LPR on the Shelves

You can pick up the latest Little Patuxent Review and save shipping! Now at Barnes and Noble at the Columbia Mall! Check out this great store that also has Starbucks coffee shop. Address: The Mall in Columbia, 10300 Little Patuxent Parkway, Columbia. The LPR is crammed full of stories poems and art, an absolute treasure! […]

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