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Black Lives Matter

Potomac Review supports the Black Lives Matter Movement. The journal recognizes the unfair treatment of…

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Ukraine has a starring role in our news today, so it might seem beside the…

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Potomac Review Issue #65 Launch Reception

Potomac Review Issue #65 Launch Reception Friday, 12/13/2019 1:00 - 3:00 P.M. Montgomery College, Rockville…

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Marian Crotty What Counts As Love

One Hundred Years of Self-Help: Two Book Reviews

As the title of Marian Crotty’s award-winning short story collection, What Counts as Love, suggests,…

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Democracy Dies in Darkness: Two Book Reviews

The Eastern Shore by Ward Just  The Great American Political Novel, from Henry Adam’s Democracy,…

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“Transforming Thoughts Into Words:” A Conversation with Sylvia Liu

The former environmental lawyer turned children’s writer, illustrator, poet, novelist, and memoirist, Sylvia Liu is…

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Remembering to Pretend: A Conversation with Sue Hyon Bae

Poet, Sue Hyon Bae, is the former International Poetry Editor for Hayden’s Ferry Review. Her work…

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Imagination is a Muscle: A Conversation With Ben Rosenthal

Ben Rosenthal is a writer living in New York. He has had residencies at The MacDowell…

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Don’t Be Evil: A Review of Blume Lempel’s “Oedipus in Brooklyn”

“Abandon Yiddish.” The masters of the Enlightenment might as well have said abandon hope, for…

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“The Surreal and the Actual:” A Conversation with Ashley Farmer

Ashley Farmer is the author of The Women (Civil Coping Mechanisms, 2016), The Famacist (Jellyfish Highway Press, 2015), Beside…

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Taking Chances: A Conversation With Orman Day

Orman Day’s prose and poetry have been published by such journals as Creative Nonfiction, ZYZZYVA, Third Coast, SLAB, William and Mary…

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What We Can Learn From Acting and Miscommunication: A Conversation with Nora Bonner

Nora Bonner is a fiction writer and writing instructor from Detroit, Michigan. Currently, she lives…

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