The Los Angeles Review is a literary journal of divergent literature with a West Coast emphasis. Established in 2003, LAR publishes both the stories of Los Angeles, endlessly varied, and those that grow outside our world of smog and glitter. LAR seeks voices with something wild in them, voices that know what it means to be alive, to be fallible, to be human.
Issue 21 features work from Alan Lightman, Pope Brock, Aimee Gerstler, and more.
The Los Angeles Review Masthead
Editor: Kate Gale
Guest Editor: Melanie Jeffrey
Managing Editor: Rebecca Baumann
Assistant Managing Editor: Keaton Maddox
Poetry Editor: Blas Falconer
Poetry Editor: Vandana Khanna
Fiction Editor: Alisa Trager
Fiction Editor: Meredith Alder
Nonfiction Editor: Ann Beman
Translation Editor: Piotr Florczyk
Book Reviews Editor: Alyse Bensel
Assistant Book Reviews Editor: Daniel Pecchenino
Contributing Editor: Tobi Harper
Publisher: Selena Trager
|Publisher:||Red Hen Press|
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About the Author
Dr. Kate Gale is the Managing Editor of Red Hen Press and Editor of The Los Angeles Review. She teaches in Low Residency MFA programs around the country and serves on the board of Poetry Society of America. Kate is the author six librettos including Rio de Sangre , a libretto for an opera with composer Don Davis which premiered in October 2010 at the Florentine Opera in Milwaukee. Her latest poetry collections are The Goldilocks Zone (University of New Mexico Press, 2014) and Echo Light (Red Mountain Press, 2014). She is also the editor of several anthologies and blogs for the Huffington Post.