Guess what just arrived in our offices! We’re pleased to announce the publication of Post Road 33, featuring work by Amy Lemmon, Shelly Oria, Justin Reed and more than twenty other writers, plus artwork by Hiro Ichikawa and the results of our first ever Flash-Fiction Contest. We’ll post an order link on our website soon, and we’ll also be selling it at next month’s Association of Writers & Writing Programs conference in Tampa.
Post Road Criticism Editor Hillary Chute’s new book, Why Comics? From Underground to Everywhere, is reviewed in today’s New York Times Book Review. Please click here to read the review.
We’re thrilled for former Post Road intern Jakub Frankowicz, who has an article in today’s edition of The Guardian. Congratulations, Jakub!
The Brattleboro Literary Festival begins on Thursday, and it features several Post Road contributors –Maggie Dietz, Major Jackson, Gail Mazur and April Ossmann among them. Please click here for the festival schedule or more information.
Jeffrey Harrison’s poem “Eft,” which appears in Post Road 32, is today’s featured poem on Poetry Daily – please click here to read it!
Sarah Vallance’s essay “Heart Attack,” which was published in Post Road 31, was named a Notable Essay in The Best American Essays 2017. Congratulations, Sarah!
Former U.S. Poet Laureate and Post Road contributor Billy Collins will visit Boston College later this week to read in the Lowell Humanities Series. Mr. Collins’ reading will take place this Wednesday, October 4, at 7 pm in Gasson 100. Please click here for more information about this event.