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On Fir Needles, Schools of Fish, and Transhumanism: A Conversation with Pavlo Korobchuk

by Tetyana Rudenko   Relatively new to American readers, Pavlo Korobchuk is widely popular in…

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Out of Many, None

We in the Academy no longer require serious study of the humanities, much less of…

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A Mid-Atlantic Light, A Meaning Suggested and Gone: Saundra Rose Maley’s “Disappearing Act”

Every time you try to make a meme—literary or historic or geographic—of the Mid-Atlantic, much…

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Potomac Review at AWP 2017!

Come say hello to us at AWP 2017 right here in our backyard, at the…

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Here We Are Now, Educate Us: Clear and Present Dangers in the Aftermath of an Election

It seemed that there was some kind of fallacy at work—likely of the logical, but…

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Potomac Review 2017 Pushcart Prize Nominations

We are delighted to nominate these fine works and writers for the next Pushcart Prize…

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Calling All Former Interns!

Ten years of fabulous interns! We are reaching out to all former Potomac Review interns…

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Past Contributor Polly Buckingham Wins Katherine Anne Porter Prize in Short Fiction

Congratulations to past contributor Polly Buckingham, who has won the 2016 Katherine Anne Porter Prize…

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American Commons and Campus Commons: The Commonspire

Our Republic of Outrage and Its Assault on America’s Public Square “I am convinced.” “Let…

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Stepping Into the Batter’s Box of the Present: David Nicholson and His Secret City

Whether or not the great American novel has been written, the great Washington D.C. novel,…

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Night Jobbed

Our Associate Editor David Lott has a new flash fiction piece up at 100 word…

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