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Busy Father Leads Five Lives: A Conversation with Chad Schuster

Chad Schuster lives near Seattle with his wife and two children. He earned a journalism…

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With Pencil and Piano, She Crafts a Novel: A Conversation with Kris Faatz

Kris Faatz (rhymes with skates) is a fiction writer and musician. Her first novel, To…

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How to Walk in Everyone’s Shoes: A Conversation with Marian Crotty

Marian Crotty’s first book, What Counts as Love, won the John Simmons Short Fiction Award.…

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The Hospitality Comes with an Upsell: “Murder at Jagged Rock,” a Translation of Sophocles’ “Women of Trachis,” by Keyne Cheshire

A great poet does not so much meet the demands of his or her time…

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Revering Vignettes: A Conversation with Lynn McGee

Lynn McGee is the author of the poetry collection, Sober Cooking (Spuyten Duyvil Press, 2016), and two award-winning…

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

Relatively new to American readers, Pavlo Korobchuk is widely popular in Ukraine and Eastern Europe.…

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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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