Post Road Magazine – Issue #05 | Spring/Summer 2004

CRITICISM:

Hip Hop High: Mainstream Black Culture in the White Suburbs, by Lauren Sandler

POETRY:

Twin Cities, No Sign + Before, by Jenny Browne
It’s Late Here How Light Is Late Once Youlve Fallen + Elegy to the Last Breath, by Katie Ford
Shadow of the Valley + How To Get The Love You Want, by Sarah Fox
Graffiti + The Chain, by Brian Komei Dempster
Marginalia + Divination, by Claire Hero
Closing Time + Quarry, by Elizabeth Scanlon

THEATRE:

Beyond Recognition: A Monologue in 12 Sections, by Norman Lock

FICTION:

The Ciné, by Barry Gifford
Scar, by Robert Lopez
Hot Waters, by Paul Eberly
Easter Weekend, by Kenneth Cook
Sugar, by Nelly Reifler
Bargain Donuts, by Chloe Bland

NONFICTION
Apology to Henry Aaron, by Steven Church
A Letter to the Bionic Man, by Ashley Shelby

ART:

Takahiro Kimura: Destruction and Construction of the Human Face
Introduction by Chris Elam

RECOMMENDATIONS:

John Griesemer on Ernest Hebert
Julia Alvarez’s Recommended Reading
Julianna Baggot on Mary Morrissey, Olena Kalytiak Davis, and Marisa de los Santos
Janet Fitch on The Memory Room, by Mary Rakow
Elizabeth Graver on A Good House, by Bonnie Burnard and Blindness, by José Saramango
Edward Hoagland on The Circus of Dr. Lao, by Charles G. Finney
Tim Parrish on Head, by William Tester
Michael Moon’s The Memoir Bank
Stewart O’Nan on The True Detective, by Theodore Weesner
Tom Perrotta on Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter, by Mario Vargas Llosa
The Holy Bible: King James Version — Mary Sullivan

ETCETERA:

Interview: Jonathan Lethem
Digression: Listerine: The Life and Opinions of Laurence Sterne, by John Wesley Harding



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