Our favorite environmental writers

April 22 marks the 50th anniversary of Earth Day and, while there’s so much else going on in the world right now, I wanted to take a minute to recognize the writers who make us feel more connected to the natural world and inspire us to protect it. Fiction and poetry are powerful tools in […]

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birds-eye view of a tropical island - waves crashing on a sandy beach with a stand of palm trees and grasses in the right-hand corner

Reading, writing, and running: Q&A with Arden York

Katherine Arden York is a proud philosophy student in her senior year at the University of Baltimore. When she is not studying or working, she can be found running (slowly) along Baltimore’s streets, enjoying a whiskey at her favorite bar, or attempting to bake a homemade pie. Arden aspires to become an astronaut but is […]

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Why I Write: All It Took Was a Game of Tennis

Jane Hegstrom is working on a number of memoir pieces about her midwestern childhood in the 1950s. She is a recent graduate of the Johns Hopkins University Masters of Writing Program and has a PhD in sociology with a specialization in social psychology and gender. Her academic writing has appeared in Sex Roles, Discourse Analysis, […]

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Staff Pick: Meg Files’s “Green River”

Raima Larter is a fiction reader for the Little Patuxent Review. In this post, she shares one of her “Staff Picks” from the Winter Issue 2018 (available for purchase at this link). Meg Files’s “Green River” is available for reading at this link. Whenever I hear breaking news about yet another mass shooting, I find myself wondering about the […]

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