Holly Berardi is a writer/photographer. She has been published in the Red Jacket Literary Magazine as well as in online journals, Student Writings in the Disciplines and the Arlington Literary Journal. She has won various awards for her writing over the years. Holly was a previous intern for the Potomac Review Literary Journal and has returned as a volunteer. She owns Creative Flow Studios which focuses on photographing events and portraits as well as video editing. She enjoys traveling, spending time with family and always learning something new.
Nathan Blanchard joined Potomac Review as a volunteer in 2012. Nathan Blanchard hails from Baltimore, MD and Washington, DC. His work has appeared in District Lines and McSweeney’s Internet Tendency. He enjoys eating at Mexican restaurants with his wife.
Karolina Gajdeczka is a graduate of Mount St. Mary’s University with a degree in English and creative writing. She was the editor of Lighted Corners, the literary magazine at her university. She interned at Potomac Review where she edited, wrote blogs, planned events and organized incoming submissions. She also interned at Maryland Life, where she was busy writing articles and blogs and copyediting. When she’s not exploring the great outdoors or curled up with her cat and a good book, she writes fiction and sometimes poetry (and blogs for Potomac Review!) Karolina has a short story in the February 2013 issue of Susquehanna Review. She is pursuing her MFA degree in Fiction from George Mason University, beginning this fall.
Tim Moraca loafs around Maryland, currently the southern peninsula, wedged between various waterways and the constraints of capitalism. While finishing his last semester of his English degree at UMUC, he tutors writing and ESL and works for wine at a local vineyard, all the while spending as much time outdoors as possible. Tim was a student intern with the Potomac Review in 2010 and plans to begin a low-residency MFA in Fiction this summer. He will eventually earn his Ph.D. in Literature of some sort before acquiring the high-paying job title of Professor. He lives with his girlfriend, two ferrets, and two Russian tortoises.