Post Road Magazine – Issue #14 | Spring/Summer 2008


Lalita and the Banyan Tree, by Shubha Venugopal
Nan, by Nathaniel Bellows
Pizza Man, by Jennifer Haigh
Crooning with Dino, by Ann Hood
Marge, by Michael Lowenthal


Working Nights in the Artificial Day, Working Days Confessions of a Pilsner Drinker


Eat, Memory, by Irina Reyn


Calculus + Land, by Mark Wisniewski
The Gospel According to Lucas + The Gospel According to John. by Paula Bohince
Partner, My Partner + The Kharma Club, by Heather Hartley
Invader + What Is, by Andrew Kozma
the end of history + the rise of the middle class, by Elliott Liu
Wanting a Child + The Parachute, by Anna Catone


Current Abstraction — Margaret Roleke


Excerpt from Inert Dementia — Kobun Kaluza


Document: Hart Crane Guggenheim Application
Document: Anais Nin Marriage Certificate
Conversation: Amy Hempel Adam Braver
Exerpt: from Adventures Among Books Andrew Lang
Reprint: My Miscellanies. A Petition to the Novel-Writers
(Communicatedbya Romantic Old Gentleman) Wilkie Collins
Essay: Observing Victor Hugo Jeremy Mercer
Questionnaire: George Saunders


An Ice Cream War by William Boyd — Ayelet Waldman
Peter Pan — Mary Gaitskill
Trance by Christopher Sorrentino — Dana Spiotta
Donald Antrim’s The Afterlife — Laurie Foos
Dirt Music by Tim Winton — Elizabeth Hartley Winthrop
Light While There Is Light by Keith Waldrop —Christopher Sorrentino
Eva Moves the Furniture by Margot Livesey — Cynthia Thayer
Kurt Vonnegut — Sheila Heti
Young Men and Fire by Norman Maclean — Nick Antosca
Lynne Tillman’s No Lease on Life — Lisa Dierbeck
The Road to Los Angeles by John Fante — Ann Wood
Sisters by a River by Barbara Comyns, The Girl from the Coast by Pramoedya Ananta Toer (translated by Willem Samuels), and “Gusev” by Anton Chekhov (translated by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhonsky — Maud Casey

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