National Book Awards

As the year draws to a close, the inevitable tide of award ceremonies is underway. Many have already taken place, from the Pulitzer Prize to the Emmys, but probably one of the most important award ceremonies for this year was The National Book Awards. As many such as NPR have mentioned, the 67th National Book […]

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The Deaf Poets Society

  While literary journals abound, few take the time to focus on the experience of people with disabilities, both in content and the accessibility of the medium. The Deaf Poets Society, is an online literary and arts journal created by and about people with disabilities. The journal’s website offers audio readings of all text, including […]

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Final Week

This is a reminder that Little Patuxent Review’s 2016 Winter issue submission period ends on Monday, October 24th. The Winter issue is themed around “Prisons” and eligible work can be submitted through our Submittable page. Guidelines for submitting can be found here. To get a sense of Little Patuxent Review’s expectations, purchase one of our […]

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2016 – 2017 Salon Series

Little Patuxent Review’s 2016-2017 Salon Series has begun. The Salon Series is a monthly meeting from September to May sponsored by Little Patuxent Review and the Columbia Arts Center. The series covers a broad range of themes and topics featuring a variety of guests in different specialties. From lectures to workshops and demonstrations, the evening […]

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2016 National Book Festival

Today at the Washington Convention Center in the nation’s capital, the Library of Congress is hosting the 16th annual National Book Festival. One of the preeminent literary events of the year, the National Book Festival hosts writers from various genres and backgrounds to celebrate the literary arts. This year’s special guests include Stephen King, Salman […]

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