Tag Archives: The Literary Review

Krystyna Dąbrowska in The Literary Review

The Literary Review has adapted to these strange times by slowly rolling out their July issue, “Contents May Shift,” online. Much gratitude to editor Minna Proctor for including my translation of Krystyna Dąbrowska’s fabulously biting poem “Judith.”  

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Poem Featured on Verse Daily

My poem “Washington, DC” from The Literary Review was featured on Verse Daily on April 18. Many thanks to the editors for attending to the health of poetry by publishing one new poem a day from excellent literary journals and books. Their archive is a … Continue reading

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New Poem in The Literary Review

Thanks to the editors for including my poem “Washington, DC” in the latest issue of The Literary Review, which is dedicated to the theme of “I Live Here.” Minna Proctor writes in her salient editor’s note: Over the past year, I found … Continue reading

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The Local World Receives Glowing Reviews

The Local World has been described as raw, unflinching, visually acute, immediate, and beautiful in two recent reviews from The Literary Review and Small Press Review. Thanks to the reviewers and the journals for dedicating so much time and space to … Continue reading

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