The Potomac, Issue 1
The Prince of Push Polling, Ars Longa Vita Brevis, My Life On The Links, The Case for Israel,
The Book of Telos, and more.
The Potomac, Issue 2
Magnificent Asparagus, Stupidity Street, Land of The Free-Home of The Wimps, Richard Metzger,
The Dress As Viable Culture, Dyslexic Breakfast, and more.
The Potomac, Issue 3
America's Cult of Simplification, Liberal Warfare State, The Vocabulary of Happiness,
Talking to Insects in a Time of War, Camp Hollow Walls, and more.
The Potomac, Issue 4
Slamming Interviews With D.C. Poets, Prevalence of Ritual, Intelligent Design, or Not So?,
Win, Lose, or Will It Draw?, Ca(r)nal Desires, Screenplay Plot for A Walking Cliché, and more.
The Potomac, Issue 5
Wading the Oil Morass, Aimee Bender Takes a Beating, Hamas on The Ropes?, Inside Political Animal, Roth's "Everyman" Review, The Bones of Ajax, Lessons Learned From the Duke Rape Hoax, Little Baba of History, Outside Piedras Negras, and more ...
The Potomac, Issue 6
Mugabe's Delusions and Goons, Longing for Mayberry, Stories of The Old Ebbit, Crystal Gail Mangum and the Politics of Rape and Race, The Secret Societies of Norman Ball, Severed Head Stories by Butler, By A Slow River, Lots of Cool Poetry, and more ...
The Potomac, Issue 7
Bitter Clean Dirt, The Stalls of Power, Book Flaps = Existential Nausea, Harold Pinter's The Homecoming, Norman Ball Watches the Watchers, The Tree-Killing Poet of Santa Cruz, Suffering The Consequences of Reagan, The Animal Girl, Most Wonderful Poetry, and more ...
The Potomac, Issue 8
A Poem for Nancy Pelosi, Oprah and Bezos, More Inconvenient Truth, Darfur 1: The Boy, Home is The Temple of The Dole, First Death, Sexy Quictions, Barely Harvest, Stars and Firecrackers, The Inflation Rate of Tyranny, Pissaro's Pontoise Post-Op, W is For War, and more ...
The Potomac, Issue 9
Year of The Rhinoceros, A Case for American Political Poetry, In The Garden of Men, New Lines From The Old Line State,
Kurosawa's Rain, Ahmed the Cab Driver, Acetylcholinesterase, The Coin of the Martyr, Radio War Snippets, A Congress of Monsters, Allegory of the Caiman, Yiddish Curses, Making Eye Contact With Automobiles, and more ...
The Potomac, Issue 10
Honey Boy Unmasks The Power Elite, Exo-Political Issues of D-Baby, Homo Economicus of Holland, Six-Legged Warriors, The "Temper" Murder, In Praise of Falling, A Dream of Northwest Passage, Her Delicate Shoe, Burstein's Worst Nightmare, Sexist Docs of Ostriker, 2nd Elizabeth, 3rd Wednesday, Med-Tech Diabetes Dialogue, and more ...
The Potomac, Issue 11
Rabbi Auschwitz, Women Who Give Blowjobs, Michael Salcman, Unincorporated Persons in The Late Honda Dynasty, Edward Hopper Redux, Glickfeld's Useful Gifts, How Can We Make Your Power More Comfortable?, Pamela Painter, Dying a Virgin, Corporate Linguistics, Like Water From Cactus, Zombie is The New Vampire, Austin B. Hallock, Jen Michalski, Nina Badzin, and more ...
The Potomac, Issue 12
Inspired by the massive public protests in Cairo’s Tahrir Square and Madrid’s Puerta del Sol Square, hundreds occupied Zuccotti Park near Wall Street from Sept. 17 to Nov. 15, 2011, as part of a campaign dubbed "Occupy Wall Street." Developing a common slogan "We are the 99 percent," solidarity encampments and demonstrations have been organized across the United States and the world to call for economic, political and social change ...