- Potomac Review at AWP March 6-9 in Boston at table number R26. Stop by and say hello. Conference discounts on contest entry fees, subscriptions and Best of 50 editions.
- Margot Livesey at Montgomery College on March 14 – Margot Livesey, award winning, internationally-famous novelist, comes to Montgomery College on March 14, 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m., Theatre Arts Arena. Livesey’s books will be on sale. The event is open to all. Come join us.
- Issue 51 Launch Party – June 13that the Black Squirrel. The editors and staff of the Potomac Review will be hosting an Issue 51 launch party and reading on June 13th at 7:00pm at the Black Squirrel. Issue 51 includes poetry, fiction and nonfiction, plus pieces by the flash fiction and F. Scott Fitzgerald short story contest winners. The launch party and reading will feature Issue 51 writers Joseph Cavano, Janice Gary and Linda Morefield reading from their work.
- October 22, 2011, The F. Scott Fitzgerald Literary Conference is again being held in Rockville, Maryland where Fitzgerald, Zelda and their daughter are buried. Every year includes interesting literary surprises at this Montgomery College-hosted event. Maxine Hong Kingston will be honored. Kingston is the recipient of numerous awards including the National Book Award, the National Book Critics Circle Award, the presidentially conferred National Humanities Medal and the Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters from the National Book Foundation. Montgomery College students, faculty and staff can attend for free, but they must register. Rates vary for students outside of Montgomery College and for non-students
- February 2-5, 2011, Featured Reading- Potomac Review Celebrates Best of 50
To celebrate its 50th issue, Potomac Review offers a sampling of its history with readings by Kirk Nesset, Sandra Beasley, Jacob Appel, Ethelbert Miller, Jennine Capos Crucet, and others. Based in the Potomac region, PR has always had concern for the environment at its heart, but over the past two decades, its focus has evolved nationally and internationally and culturally; the reading represents the diverse voices and styles who have appeared in the pages and taps our Best of the 50 issue.
- November 12, 2010, Poetry Reading- Writers published in Poet Lore, Barrelhouse, Smartish Pace, Big Lucks, and Potomac Review will read at The Black Squirrel in Adams Morgan in D.C. Readers include Gregory Pardlo, Joe Hall, David Keplinger, Ramola D., and Doug Lang. Ramola D will be our rep at Black Squirrel, come join us!