Post Road Magazine – Issue #19 | Fall/Winter 2010


Microclimates Charles Mc Leod
The Shut-down Class Cam Terwilliger
Chuliak Rachel Cantor
Miss Ang Has a Very Comfortable Life
The Cumulative Effect Jon Chopan Caleb Powell


The Burmese Dreams Series Alden Jones
List of (11 of 50): WORM LOOP + List of (25 of 50): DOPPELGANGER Blake Butler
The Impossible Return Jen Girdish
The Elephant’s Head Vasyl Makhno, trans. Oksana Lutsyshyna and Daniel Belgrad
A Little Triage Peter Zinn CRITICISM
The Best Way to Get Good Taste David Schleifer


Sargent Adrift at the Trenches + The Owl for at Least a Few Steps Matt Donovan
Cape Sagres to Lisbon and Back Again + Surface Tension Ravi Shankar

Provincetown, What I’m Going To Do Is, by Michael Klein
Annapolis + View, by Chris Bolin
Unheimlich (Not at Home) + After the Sex, Simile or Something Like It , by Elizabeth Senja Spackman
In Memory of Somebody Else’s Feelings + Upon Seeing Again the Thriving, by Matt Hart
Jornada del Muerto + Late Summer, by Carrie Fountain
Salisbury + The Harvard Square Street Musicians, by Jenna Le
Invasion + Disconnection, by John Popielaski


The Graffoo, by D. Dominick Lombardi


OVERTURE: a Riff on the Sin of Despair, by Roy Ira Glassberg


But For the Lovers, by Wilfredo Nolledo
Reading Ishiguro in Camden Town, by Brian Ascalon Roley
Getting Lost In the City With Edward P. Jones, by Jennine Capó Crucet
An Autobiography, by Anthony Trollope, by Michael Dahlie

Guest Folio

A Penny and A Nickel, by Brenna Casey
To Face the Music and Dance, by Joel Dinerstein
Things I Couldn’t Fix, by Charles Farrell
35.4 Sentences About the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, by Rob Keast
Homeland Security, by Janelle Nanos
An excerpt from Just Say Goodbye, by Alexai Galaviz-Budziszewski

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