Post Road Magazine – Issue #04 | Fall/Winter 2003


Collateral Damages: Contexts for Thinking of the Liberation of Jamil Abul Al-Amin (H. Rap Brown), by Jeremy Matthew Glick


Cathedral Parkway Subway Grate + Our Summer Jobs, by Stephen Burt
Room + Extend, by Saskia Hamilton
Traducendo Brecht Fortini, Franco. “Traducendo Brecht.” Una volta per sempre. Poesie 1938-1973. Torino: Einaudi, 1978. Trans. John P. Welle
The Difference between the Need for Consistency & the State of Expectation + Definition of Weather, by Matthea Harvey
Sonnet + Our Will. by Eric Lorberer
35 What They Talked About and What They Said + De Chirico Shaving, by John Ruff


Two Monologues, by Will Eno


Josh Dorman Drawings — Introduction by William Corbett


Small World, by Jan Hodgman
The Shack of Art and Healing, by Oona Hyla Patrick


Gentility, by June Unjoo Yang
A Huge, Old Radio, by Ander Monson
Paternity Within the Limits of Reason, by Diana George
Why, by Toby Leah Bochan
Last Last Last, by Nicholas Montemarano


A Selection — Mary Jo Bang
Jane Hamilton — Melanie Braverman
Cool For You by Eileen Myles — Hillary Chute
A River Runs Through It by Norman Maclean — Nicholas Dawidoff
Bell Canto by Ann Patchett — Mary-Beth Hughes
Secret Life by Michael Ryan — Alden Jones
Blood by Patricia Traxler — Margot Livesey
My Life and Hard Times by James Thurber — Fiona Maazel
No Wedding, No Cake: Moseley and Mutis — Askold Melnyczuk
Oklahoma on my Mind — Alison Moore
The Bone People by Keri Hulme — Margot Schilpp
Black Tickets, Then and Now — Elizabeth Searle
Sheepshead Bay by Ed Barrett — William Corbett


Translation: Rhapsody for the Mule , by José Lezama Lima, Tr. G. J. Racz
Dance: A Poetics of Risk, by Ann Darby
Journal: Teaching Korea, by Lavinia Spalding
Document: Last Will and Testament of Samuel Johnson

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