25. Winter 2019

The Winter 2019 issue of Little Patuxent Review launch on January 20, 2019 in at Oliver’s Carriage House, 5410 Leaf Treader Way in Columbia, MD.

The launch featured readings of poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, and a presentation of the Michael J. Clark Best of LPR Poetry Award to Alan King for his poem, “The Journey,” published in the Winter 2018 issue. Anthony Moll served as guest editor for this issue, for which half the space is dedicated to LGBTQ+ writers from Maryland.

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POETRY

BAILEY BLUMENSTOCK Mt. Ararat
RITA MOOKERJEE Truly
SUE ELLEN THOMPSON Sharky’s Dump, 1958
SHEILA BLACK Tamarind
MONIQUE ZAMIR The Unwinding
ADAM GIANFORCARO I Want to Hold My Boyfriend’s Hand
ALAN ELYSHEVITZ Living in the Car
LINETTE MARIE ALLEN The Belvedere
GRACE KIYONAGA June in California
.CHISARAOKWU. All Our Uncivil Wars
KELSEY MAY self-defense as a message in a bottle
WINNIEBELL XINYU ZONG The Bungalow Chicken
JENNIFER CAMPBELL Everything to Everyone
MARY ANN HONAKER Boundary
CHELSEA LEMON FETZER Sponge
CINDY WATKINS Tinder
DAVID BERGMAN The Man Who Knew Whitman
MARLENA CHERTOCK Ode to the Eastern Shore
NICOLE HYLTON the missing recipe
AEON GINSBERG Poem in Which I Transition by Way of Carbonization
STEPHANIE DERING When We Miss the Mark, What Do We Hit?
ALEXIS SMITHERS (LEX LEE) You Sit in the Therapy Waiting Room
TYLER CHRISTENSEN That Boy from Idaho

TYLER VILE Session

NONFICTION

ASHLEY STIMPSON Gut Job (A Charm City Elegy)
LAUREL DIXON Hymn Children
JANE HEGSTROM Mary and Carol Ann
MATEO LARA Meat to Survive
KAREN BELL A Queer Abroad in Edinburgh
TYLER MENDELSOHN Ghost Lore

FICTION

REBECCA MOON RUARK While Our Grown Men Played
HUNTER THERRON Some Birds Sing So Hard They Die
HEATHER SAGER Colors (A Dramatic Monologue)
DAVE RING Dead Air

PROFILE

LYNNE PRICE & ANDREW SARGUS KLEIN Alexis Araminta Reneé

ART

ALEXIS ARAMINTA RENEÉ

INTERVIEW

ANN BRACKEN Sitting Down for a Stoop Story: Interview with Jessica Myles Henkin and Laura Wexler
SUSAN THORNTON HOBBY An Interview with Laurie Frankel

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