The Los Angeles Review No. 22, Kate Gale
Kate Gale

The Los Angeles Review No. 22

183 printed pages
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 22 features work from Victoria Chang, Francisco Aragón, Susannah Nevison, and more.

The Los Angeles Review Masthead

Editor: Kate Gale
Managing Editor: Keaton Maddox
Assistant Managing Editor: Deirdre Collins
Editor-at-Large: Riley Mang
Poetry Editors: Blas Falconer and Vandana Khanna
Fiction Editors: Meredith Alder and Amy Sather
Nonfiction Editor: Ann Beman
Assistant Nonfiction Editor: Florencia Ramirez
Translation Editor: Piotr Florczyk
Book Reviews Editor: Alyse Bensel
Assistant Book Reviews Editor: Daniel Pecchenino
Copy Editors: Ian McElfresh and Eric Howard
Publisher: Tobi Harper
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