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Mountain Road, Late At Night By Alan Rossi

Woke: A Review of Alan Rossi’s Mountain Road, Late at Night

In Alan Rossi’s, Mountain Road, Late at Night, Nathaniel, from whose perspective the first quarter…

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We Know Better

In Terminal, an installation I saw at the entrance of the Smithsonian’s Sackler Gallery, its…

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The Daunting Irreversible Sacrifice of Giving Up and the Sensual Image of Stinky Cat Litter: A Conversation with John Talbird 

John Talbird is an English professor at Queensborough Community College in New York and the…

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Treading Psyches and Geographies: A Conversation with Ashley Farmer

Ashley Farmer is the author of The Women (Civil Coping Mechanisms, 2016), The Farmacist (Jellyfish…

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In Order to Win, You Have to Play to Lose: A Conversation with Laura Sweeney

Laura Sweeney is an associate editor for Eastern Iowa Review and the facilitator of Writers…

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Meet Magnolia: A Conversation with Lisa A. Levy

“He hoped Magnolia’s soul had taken to the sky like a kite on a beach…

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The Freedom to be Uncivilized and Conjuring Empathy for Those Who Don’t Deserve It: A Conversation with Brad Eddy

Brad Eddy is a fiction writer who earned his Master’s in Fine Arts from the…

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Impeachment

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

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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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Black Lives Matter

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

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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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Potomac Review at AWP 2017!

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

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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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Night Jobbed

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

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Mindfulness and The Pen

PR Interns Hieu Duong and Juliana Borelli offer these ideas about writing and mindfulness, mixing…

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Current Issue

#66 | FEATURING: Roy Bentley, K. L. Browne, Megan E. Calhoun, Maryann Corbett, Catherine Esther Cowie, Lori D’Angelo, A. Kathryn Davis, Orman Day, Janice Deal, Katherine Fallon, Rachael Gay, Peter Grandbois, Connie Jordan Green, Mia Herman, Tim Keppel, Hari Bhajan Khalsa, Lisa Low, Raymond Luczak, Al Nyhart, Alejandro Perez, Michael Phillips, Rita Quillen, Barbara Schwartz, Michele Sharpe, Tufik Shayeb, Tyler Sones, John Talbird, Anne Hunley Trisler, Louise White, Sarah Wyman.

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Potomac Review Issue 66 - Spring 2020

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