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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Concerning Craft: Five writing archetypes

Kelechi Nwankwoala is a junior studying creative writing and molecular biology at Johns Hopkins University. His work has been published in the Apprentice Writer, Crooked Teeth Magazine, and J-magazine. He hopes to one day have a burrow of his own. Kelechi’s poem “2019 Unrest” appears in our Summer 2020 issue and was a finalist in […]

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Submission period open

The submission period for the Winter 2021 issue of the Little Patuxent Review is now open and will run through October 24, 2020. To submit your work, please follow our submissions guidelines. We look forward to reading your submissions!

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Welcome to our new editor

As we start to welcome submissions for the next issue of Little Patuxent Review, we also welcome a new editor on board. After seven years at the helm of LPR, Steven Leyva has stepped down. We will dearly miss Steven and all that he’s brought to the journal, but we’re also thrilled to welcome Chelsea […]

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Summer 2020 Issue Launch

The pandemic may have kept us from gathering in person, but we’re thrilled to celebrate the launch of our newest issue nonetheless. This issue features work from twelve incredible poets, four short stories, four creative nonfiction pieces, and original artwork from Katherine Tzu-Lan Mann. The new issue is available in print or, for the first […]

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