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Potomac Review is a bi-annual American literary journal containing fiction, poetry nonfiction, and photography. Based in Rockville, Maryland, it features quality stories, poems, essays and criticism with an eye to the national and world scene but feet firmly planted in the Mid-Atlantic writing culture. The Potomac Review publishes well-known and emerging writers. Writers who have contributed to this journal include Amina Gautier, Seth Abramson, Jacob M. Appel, Lisa Ohlen Harris, David Wagoner, Ned Balbo and Margaret MacInnis. The journal also highlights their Fall Fiction Contest Winter, Spring Poetry Contest Winner, and the F.Scott Fitzgerald Short Story Contest Winner.
Since 2007, The Potomac Review has held the Writer’s Conference, The Conversations and Connections, which is a spring writer’s conference held in conjunction with Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore Review, and Barrelhouse Review.
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- Todd Shields, "Poet's Heart Drives Publisher; Arts Quarterly Grows Despite Shoestring Budget", The Washington Post, January 21, 1999 (pay site).
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