Post Road Magazine – Issue #13 | Fall/Winter 2007


Alabama, by Murray Dunlap
Famous Cake, by Kim Drain
From Rune to Ruin: An Alphabet (Excerpts), by Miranda F. Mellis
Dream Trailers, by Julia Slavin
Nothing to Look at Here, by Richard Hoffman


Ghost of Ten, by Shara Sinor
A Hundred Years at 15, by Xujun Eberlein
Down in the Valley, by Kevin Lutz
Cut to the Chase, by Sophie Beck


One Hundred Demons and Self-Representation, by Vincent Trivett


Gerhard Richter’s Motor Boat (First Version) [Motorboot (erste assung)] + Nine Rhythms in Nine Days: A-Frame Near Sisters, Oregon, by Anthony Swofford
My Mayakovsky + Crime Spree, by Michael Dumanis
All the Trees of the Field Shall Clap Their Hands + Our Completion: Oil on Wood: Tino Rodríguez: 1999, by Eduardo C. Corral
Face For Radio + Quick Study, by Dora Malech


David Spiher: A New York Painter Frank Holliday


The Dorsal Striatum, by Trish Harnetiaux


Journal: Erasing Gender: A Woman’s Journey through Men’s Lockup, by Tracy Slater
Fictional Essay: John Berryman, b. 1914, by Baron Wormser
Conversation: Mark Strand Michael O’Keefe
Index: First Publications
Twenty Questions: David Mamet


Eudora Welty’s The Golden Apples — Lowry Pei
Reading the Future: Twelve Writers From Irelandin Conversation with Mike Murphy edited by Cliodhna Ni Anluain — Suzanne Strempek Shea
The Long March — Xu Xi
Almost Paradise: New and Selected Poems and Translations by Sam Hamill — Fred Marchant
A Good Man is Hard to Find by Flannery O’Connor — Alyson Hagy
The Moviegoer by Walker Percy — Alan Davis
Sex and [Auto] Genocide: The Sluts by Dennis Cooper & Swimming to Cambodia by Spalding Gray — T Cooper
“Are we not of interest to each other?”: the Sublime in Elizabeth Alexander’s American Sublime — Shara McCallum
The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie by Muriel Spark — Brock Clarke
We Need to Talk About Kevin by Lionel Shriver and George Eliot’s Later Novels — Monica Wood
Marilynne Robinson’s Housekeeping — A. Manette Ansay
Richard Yates’s The Easter Parade — Jessica Treadway
Kill Fee Lit—After Reading George Gissing’s New Grub Street — Mike Albo
On Haruki Murakami’s A Wild Sheep Chase, or How I Got “Sheeped” — Peter Rock

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