Post Road Magazine – Issue #08 | Spring/Summer 2005


Device for Burning Bees and Sugar + It’s Your Turn to Do the Milking, Father Said, by Mark Wunderlich
Good Science + Heart, by Stephanie Pippin
The Wings of Butterflies + The Eyes of Fish, by Jude Nutter
And the Ship Sails On + Beckett’s Endgame, by Joel Brouwer
Servant + Servant, by Emma Ramey
Excision + Limb Replantation, Failed, by Ander Monson


Daniel Hill: Paintings — Introduction by Lacy Schutz
Angie Drakopoulos: Paintings — Introduction by Ian Bickford


Some Stories Are Parables, But, by Brian Lennon
August, by H. H. LeCraw
Flap, by Rick Moody
Travelogue, by Vincent Standley
The Smile on Happy Chang’s Face, by Tom Perrotta


Yellow Pajamas, by Derek Lance Furr
Two Birds, by Jim Dameron
Hitting Harmony, by Nathan Ihara
Blue Window, by Liesl Schwabe


Scenes From the Life and Times of Little Billy Liver, by Dennis DiClaudio


Streetstyle: Skateboarding, Spatial Appropriation, and Dissent, by Taro Nettleton


An American Memory and I Am Zoe Handke by Eric Larsen — Virginia Holman
Wind, Sand and Stars by Antoine de Saint Exupéry — Pete Hausler
Parts & Pieces: Sven Birkerts, A. Manette Ansay, Steve Stern, Christopher Tilghman, Elinor Lipman and Amy Hempel — Risa Miller
Inside the Sky: A Meditation on Flight by William Langewiesche and Stick and Rudder: An Explanation on the Art of Flying by Wolfgang Langewiesche — Maria Flook
Headless by Benjamin Weissman — Amy Gerstler
Heed the Thunder by Jim Thompson — Neal Pollack
Lucy Gayheart by Willa Cather — Mary Morris
Some Things About Kevin Brockmeier — Thisbe Nissen
The Life to Come and Other Stories by E. M. Forster — Christopher Castellani
Truman Capote, Richard Ford and John Irving Lewis Robinson 155 Stones for Ibarra by Harriet Doerr and Of Kinkajous, Capybaras, Horned Beetles, Seledangs, and the Oddest and Most Wonderful Mammals, Insects, Birds, and Plants of Our World by Jeanne K. Hanson and Deane Morrison — Gwendolen Gross
Words—Lean, Lyrical, Authentic—Bring Children From Shadows — Rachel Solar-Tuttle
Stories in the Worst Way by Gary Lutz — David Ryan
Morvern Callar by Alan Warner — Jaime Clarke


Litany: Warnings — Amy Kreines
Reminiscence: Joseph Brodsky — Sven Birkerts
Index: The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald — Tom Murphy
Essay: Losing the Virginity of Time: The Literary Coordinates of Bruno Schulz and Isaac Babel — Ryan Boudinot
Interview: Elizabeth Searle — Sherry Ellis

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