Post Road Magazine – Issue #22 | Spring/Summer 2012


The Zulo, by Julian Zabalbeascoa
Man’s Best Friend, by Ann Hood
Sailor Man, by Jason Ockert
Little Marvels, by Julie Innis


The Memory Pavilion, by Elizabeth Kadetsky
The Coffin Handles Were Stalks of Wheat, by C. Ronald Edwards
Once In Cuba, by Eliezra Schaffzin


A Literary Manifesto after the End of Literature and Manifestos, or Nude in Your Hot Tub with a Good View of the Abyss, by Lars Iyer


Portrait of Crippled Poet as Woman + Art Lesson, by Erin Lynn Marsh
Harmonica + Harmonica II, by Amorak Huey
Aandaal: The Autobiography of a Goddess, by Priya Sarukkai Chabria and Ravi Shankar
The Bridges Are on the Ground + Chord & Hem, by Alessandra Simmons


Yolanda Petrocelli, by Elizabeth Ferrer


Jennifer Egan Is Better than Jonathan Franzen, by Marie Myung-Ok Lee
“A Loud, Lonely Cry for Happiness”: The Late George Apley, by John P. Marquand — Sarah Braunstein
Six Memos for the Next Millennium, by Italo Calvino — Stacy Carlson
Mark Slouka’s Essays from the Nick of Time,, by Valerie Duff-Strautmann
“Are You Making Fun of Me?”, by Alethea Black
Trash and Bastard Out of Carolina, by Dorothy Allison — Devon Sprague

GUEST FOLIO: Edited by Lad Tobin

The Dreariest Art, or Why I Write Book Reviews, by Leah Hager Cohen
Why I Write for Children by Carolyn Coman with Rob Shepperson
Poet, Heal Thyself, by Camille T. Dungy
When the Farmer Clutches the Rake: Writing the Real, by Cheryl Strayed


Cover Art: “young yellow” (detail) by Jennifer Reeves

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