Meet Caitlin Wilson: Q&A with the 2022 winner of the Enoch Pratt Free Library Poetry Contest

The Enoch Pratt Free Library represents the free public library system of Baltimore. To learn more about the annual poetry contest, and to read Caitlin Wilson’s winning Poem, “Watershed”, click here. I caught up with Caitlin recently, who was kind enough to answer a few questions about her work. Our conversation follows. ~ LPR: I absolutely loved your poem […]

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Concerning Craft: LPR in the Classroom

Professors Tara Hart, Sylvia Lee and William Lowe on The Little Patuxent Review as required text in creative writing courses ~ Since 2014, Howard Community College’s creative writing courses (HUMN-100 and HUMN-200) have been using current issues of the Little Patuxent Review as their required course text. Because book order deadlines occur well ahead of issue launch […]

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Black and white photograph of a protest. The only thing in focus is a woman's hands holding a sign that says "Resist."

The Scheherazade Project: Q&A with founder Lisa Leibow

You know how sometimes you hear about a project that really grabs your attention? That’s The Scheherazade Project for me. The brainchild of authors Julia Alvarez and Lisa Leibow, The Scheherazade Project’s #101Nights campaign is lifting up the voices of 101 women writers and artists in the 101 nights leading up to the 2020 election, […]

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