26. Summer 2019

The Summer 2019 issue of Little Patuxent Review launched on June 2, 2019 at Oliver’s Carriage House, 5410 Leaf Treader Way in Columbia, MD. Several authors were on hand to read their work, and videos of the readings are available on our YouTube page.

The issue features poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, as well as artwork from Taha Heydari and an interview with poet Tim Seibles.

Take a look at the fantastic lineup of contributors below, and order your copy of the Summer 2019 issue. Annual subscriptions are also available online.

POETRY

WILLIAM EVANS Inheritance
MIRANDE BISSELL Pony Credo
ADAM TAVEL Autumn Scene in Perry County
LISA POFF Broken Heart Syndrome Is a Real Thing
MICHAEL MARK Fairy Tale for Two Sad Men
JENNY BINCKES LEE Nuns of My Order
ELAINE WILBURT After Going Down, From the Bottom Up
ELLERY BECK Jack Rabbit Trading Post
ALEJANDRO PÉREZ Sonnet for My Cousin Xiomara, Who Tried to Teach Me How to Dance Salsa
SUSAN JOHNSON What Knitters Do
TIM SEIBLES Come Home, Lady
TIM SEIBLES Harder and Harder Blues Villanelle
JALYNN HARRIS Phillis Wheatley Questions the Quarter
SARA BURNETT Cherchez la Femme
TOM LARGE October

ESSAY

MICHAEL SALCMAN Taha Heydari Paints a Picture—or the Archeology of Paint

NONFICTION

MANDY-SUZANNE WONG How Long Is a Wish-Walk Minute?
BENJAMIN INKS The Psychology of Concealed Carry
CHAD MACDONALD Them Banshees
SHELBY DENHOF Just Grains of Sand
PETER O’KEEFE Done from Memory

FICTION

MORGAN CHRISTIE The Panther
KAYLA KAVANAGH Unsaviors
KAROLINA WILK Gossamer
BARRY KITTERMAN By the Dry River
SHELLY STEWART CATO Rainbow Catchin’ Train Wreck

ART

TAHA HEYDARI

INTERVIEW

SUSAN THORNTON HOBBY An Interview with Tim Seibles