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An Interview with Andrew Furman

Andrew Furman, whose story “Crawling” appears in issue 73, is a Florida writer. He’s lived in the state for thirty years, writes widely about its people and its environment, and is (among many other things) the author of the memoir…

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Editor’s Note: Commonspire My reach exceeded my grasp, but when I coined the title to this note in an essay on the Potomac Review website in October 2016, the neologism was meant to suggest a vision for the future that…

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Cadence and Disclosure

Editor’s Note:  Cadence and Disclosure by Albert Kapikian Like other literary journals, a literary journal that issues out of a community college issues out of a collaboration between the arts and the humanities, between, that is, writers and editors, those…

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AN INTERVIEW WITH WILHELM SITZ by Caleb Berer. Wilhelm Sitz, whose story “Release” appears in the spring 2023 issue of Potomac Review, writes mostly at a white desk in his bedroom. The desk, as Wilhelm tells me, is “not extremely…

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Potomac Review Issue 71 - Fall 2022


AN INTERVIEW WITH KATHERINE VONDY By Caleb Berer Katherine Vondy, whose story “There’s a German Compound Word for Everything” appears in this issue of the magazine, is a writer, playwright, and filmmaker based in Los Angeles. I recall being struck…

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