Celebrating Steven Leyva’s new poetry collection

Anyone who has been involved in the Little Patuxent Review in the past several years knows Steven Leyva. He has been the journal’s editor and fiercest advocate. Steven recently stepped down as LPR‘s editor after seven years, and we’ll miss him very much. But now he has more time to promote his new poetry collection, […]

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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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“Throwing pretty flowers into flood waters”: Q&A with Craig Finlay

Craig Finlay is a poet and librarian living in Oklahoma. His poems have appeared in numerous publications, most recently Coast/ noCoast, Obra/Artifact, Seven CirclePress, mutiny!, and Levee. His first book, The Very Small Mammoths of Wrangel Island, is being released in 2020 by Urban Farmhouse Press. Craig’s poem “Exercises in Interdisciplinary Biological Care” appears in […]

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“The small moments that matter”: Q&A with Anthony Moll

Anthony Moll is a longtime member of the Little Patuxent Review community. I caught up with Anthony this week about their new manuscript, eco-poetry, and poetry in the midst of a pandemic. Q: At the LPR reading in September you shared some pieces from your manuscript You Cannot Save Here, about the end of the world. You […]

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