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Stepping Into The Batter’s Box Of The Present: David Nicholson And His Secret City

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

Night Jobbed

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

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E. Ethelbert Miller: A Man Collected, An Archive Achieved

E. Ethelbert Miller: A Man Collected, An Archive Achieved

Because E. Ethelbert Miller’s poetry maintains a steady and accessible attachment to our national narrative,…

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Mindfulness And The Pen

Mindfulness and The Pen

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

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Translations: A Master Class With Alicia Partnoy

Translations: A Master Class With Alicia Partnoy

Poetry is an alluring way to write about the raw human emotions that exist in…

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Lost (and Found) In Translation

Lost (and Found) in Translation

Depending on whom you talk to, the translation of poetry is either a subspecies of…

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Conversations And Connections 2016

Conversations and Connections 2016

  What began as a rainy Saturday ended in brilliant sunshine. And if this were…

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Larry Moffi Of Settlement House Visits The Interns

Larry Moffi of Settlement House Visits the Interns

On March 29th, Settlement House Press co-founder and publisher Larry Moffi visited the Potomac Review…

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Three Women Writers, Three Names Each, Three Different Reasons

Three Women Writers, Three Names Each, Three Different Reasons

Poet and #58 contributor Julia Campbell Johnson writes about why she uses three names when…

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Leslie Pietrzyk & Maureen Corrigan And The Uses Of Obsession

Leslie Pietrzyk & Maureen Corrigan and The Uses of Obsession

If two writers are obsessed by a subject, if one — Leslie Pietrzyk — is…

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Q And A With Katie Cortese

Q and A with Katie Cortese

Contributor Katie Cortese, author of "Back to Nature" and the book, Girl Power and Other…

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Frostburg: The Literature Festival That I Loved

Frostburg: The Literature Festival That I Loved

One of the perks of being a Potomac Review Intern is the opportunity to attend…

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