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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Review: Karina Borowicz’s, Rosetta

In this, her latest collection, former LPR contributor Karina Borowicz considers the role of place, of home and of our connection to the natural world. Rosetta is the third collection of poetry by this author, and surely it’s suited to our current times, even as the warm weather rolls in and vaccines hit arms (well, some […]

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Meet our Contributors: Q&A with Alyssa Cruz

Alyssa Cruz’s electrifying poem “Bedhog” appears in the current edition of LPR. (She/Her) is a Filipina-American poet, born and raised in the suburbs of the Pacific Northwest. Her work has appeared in Bricolage Journal, The Atlanta Review, and Beyond Words, among others. In 2018, Alyssa was awarded the Dan Veach Prize for Younger Poets. She […]

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Meet our contributors: Q&A with Dallas Crow

Dallas Crow’s poem “Duet in the Third Person” is one of my favorites in our Summer 2020 issue. I love the form and the rhythm, a call-and-answer that depicts the unspooling of a relationship. Recently, Dallas was kind enough to answer some questions about his work. Q: Where did the inspiration for “Duet in the […]

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Review: Jessica Fordham Kidd’s “Bad Jamie”

I just got in from a bit of New Year’s forest bathing, and while meandering through the trees I couldn’t stop thinking about the images and characters in Jessica Fordham Kidd’s debut poetry collection, Bad Jamie. Longtime Little Patuxent Review readers may remember Bad Jamie from Kidd’s poem “Ye Gethsemane” in our Summer 2016 issue. […]

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