Celebrating Ann Bracken’s New Poetry Collection

Longtime LPR readers have enjoyed numerous pieces over the years by Ms. Bracken in our journal and online. That is why I’m so pleased to announce the publication of her new collection of poems, Once You’re Inside: Poems Exploring Incarceration. If you purchase the book through her website, five dollars of each purchase will be […]

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Concerning Craft: Poetry and the Promise of Resurrection

Safe in their Alabaster Chambers · Emily Dickinson Jenny Hykes Jiang’s poetry has appeared in Arts & Letters, Caesura, Tule Review and elsewhere. Raised in rural Iowa, she has taught English as a Second Language literacy skills in Asia and in several regions of the United States. Currently, she lives with her husband and three […]

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Meet Our Contributors: Q&A with Stephanie Dupal

The Public Garden at Pontoise, Camille Pissarro, 1874 Stephanie Dupal is a Franco-Canadian trilingual writer and associate professor who teaches composition and literature in Virginia. Her work most recently appeared or is forthcoming in Fiction International, Cerasus Magazine (UK) Little Patuxent Review, GRIFFEL (Norway), Storgy Magazine (UK), The Stonecoast Review, Eastern Iowa Review, Broad River Review, Orca, a Literary Journal, and Maryland Literary Review, among others. She is […]

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Meet Our Contributors: Q&A with .chisaraokwu.

“Storm Over Biafra,” by Ben Enwonwu, 1972. .chisaraokwu. (she/her) is an Igbo American actor, poet, and healthcare futurist. Her work has appeared in many journals, including Glass, Berkeley Poetry Review, Midnight & Indigo, Cutthroat, the New England Journal of Medicine and Obsidian. She has been awarded fellowships and writing residencies in the US and in Italy, including […]

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