Blog Editor and Poetry Panelist Madison Bigelow discusses visual similarities among book covers and how this is a disservice to both authors and readers alike.… More Judging a Book by its Cover: Why Do So Many Books Look the Same?
“It makes perfect sense to me now that in order to learn about disability studies you have to listen to and understand the perspective of people struggling with a limited or lack of ability.”… More Can Educational Tools Include Creative Writing?
Do you love Taylor Jenkins Reid? Sophie Archambault shares her thoughts on TJR’s newest book release. … More TJR Is Back…But Not Better Than Ever
Do you find yourself needing a break from #Book-Tok? Ally LeMaster sheds some insight on what she predicts to be an upcoming trend in popular literature: author anonymity. … More On Anonymity In The Age Of Hypervisibility
Welcome back to our podcast! We’re beginning an exciting series of interviews with our incoming LRR staff members for the Spring 2023 semester. Episode two of the Long River Rewind features special guest Ally Carbutti, creative nonfiction panelist, copyediting lead, and self-proclaimed mosaic essayist. … More LRRewind: Episode 2
LRR is excited to launch the release of its brand-new podcast, the LRRewind! Listen to episode one to hear about our vision for becoming a bigger and better literary magazine this spring…… More LRRewind: Episode 1
Pride Month may be over, but Cameron Deslaurier has seven nourishing LGBTQIA+ positive shows to keep your pride up all year long.… More LGBTQIA+ Positive Media for Every Month: Cameron’s Queer Show Shortlist
Second place winner for The Jennie Hackman Memorial Award for Short Fiction (2022) The thing about living long enough to see the aftermath (living longer than she ever thought she would), is that Josie doesn’t quite know what to do with herself anymore. There was always something before. Something to be done, something to run… More “Haunted Ghosts” by Katya Lyashenko
Caragh M. O’Brien is the author of two wildly popular YA dystopian trilogies: “Birthmarked” and “Vault of Dreamers.” Read on to learn more about O’Brien’s inter-genre, many-layered journey through the world of writing and publishing! … More Powerful Trilogies and Publishing Tips: An Interview with Caragh M. O’Brien
For those unaware, the world is ending in Exandria. According to Cameron Deslaurier, “EXU: Calamity,” a thrilling D&D actual play miniseries, is a great way to experience a full story set in the Critical Role universe without committing to hundreds of hours of watch time…… More The End Of The World Will Be Televised: Let’s Talk Exandria Unlimited: Calamity