Poetry Book Review: “Shining From A Different Firmament” by Beatriz F. Fernandez

Shining from a Different Firmament is an exceptional 14-poem chapbook by Beatriz F. Fernandez. Using both open and closed forms of poetry, the author takes us through the centuries from ancient Egypt to modern-day Florida along a timeline traced […]



A Sneak Peek Inside the October 2016 Issue of Literary Arts Review Magazine

Here’s a sneak peek of what’s inside the October 2016 issue of Literary Arts Review Magazine: — “The Writer’s Life”, an essay on the true nature of a writer’s life by H.A. Callum. — “Threads of Connection: Researching and […]

Latest News: Literary Arts Review’s Book Review Program Is Back!

Hello everyone, this is a note from the Publisher’s desk about the return of book reviews to Literary Arts Review. It was all put on hold while our magazine was in development, but now we are writing them again, […]


Poetry: “The Death Of Thought” by Renu Persaud, PhD

The Death of Thought by Renu Persaud, PhD Shallow thought deep with pride. Bestowed Troubled senselessly Jostling to a halt Is the abandonment of the soul. Self, fears in darkness. Cannot explain, nothing right, all wrong. A heart rocking […]

Poetry: “Oblivion” by Renu Persaud, PhD

Oblivion by Renu Persaud, PhD The grandeur of the moment Set in motion by the clock Beseeched by broken depths of the well Weeping as a shadow newly erupting Asunder To a ripened willow bowing in humility The curtain […]

Poetry: ‘Eyes That Lie’ by Renu Persaud, PhD

Eyes That Lie by Renu Persaud Telling the tale of a story That did not happen. The wolves cry in silence. The spark of the spirit, Swirls like a hurricane, Her copper memories, Rust with the blackness of the […]