Post Road Magazine – Issue #23 | Fall/Winter 2012


We Shared a Duplex, by Jenn Hollmeyer
Seeds Like Teeth, by Delaney Nolan
Sliding Door, by Nora Cameron
Wisteria, by Catherine Parnell
Your Translator, My Brunette, by Amy Boutell
Charcoal for Locust, by D. Gatling Price
Big Ray, or Some Things Concerning My Childhood, with an Emphasis on My Father, by Michael Kimball


How to Remember the Dead, by Curtis Smith
The Place Called Mother, by Melanie Unruh
The Bare Minimum of Him, by Alissa Tsukakoshi
Open Late Hours, by Zachary Watterson
Prologue, a Letter: the Twin & Her Lover, Lacan & the Other, by Addie Tsai


Writers and Critics at the Dinner Table: Tristram Shandy as Conversational Model, by Cynthia Northcutt Malone


Cauliflower Soup + Storm Damage, by Peter Schireson
Flight Perils + Sonnets for Kudryavka, by Sally Wen Mao
Exact Science + Hollow + Scale, by Joshua Ruffin
So Many Ways I’ve Tried to Hold You + Mashallah, by Jennifer Tonge
The Turns They Have Taken from Bye-Bye Land, by Christian Barter


Jim Hett: They’re All The Same Except They’re Different


Notebook of Answers, by Kaveh Bassiri


Pike by Benjamin, by Whitmer — Owen Hill
Sanctuary by William Faulkner — James Boice
Easy — Jim Lewis
Travels In Moominvalley — Caitlin Horrocks
Naked with Innocence — Holly Le Craw
Lights, Camera, Lesson — Stephan Merrill Block
East of Eden by John Steinbeck — Jane Roper
In a Strange Room by Damon Galgut — Dave King
The Deptford Trilogy by Robertson Davies — Lisa Abend
Recommending King Driftwood — Rimas Uzgiris
De Profundis by Oscar Wilde — Amanda Stern


Google Moon, by Anna Leahy
Two Cameos, by Rhina P. Espaillat
Ch Arter + Floundering, by Adam Vines
Mediterranean + Galilee, by Maggie Dietz
Winter Exercises, by Len Krisak
Daughters of a Boardinghouse Keeper, by Skye Shirley
In Escher’s Rooms + Quissett + “And Now Nothing Will Be Restrained From Them”, by Daniel Tobin
The Passover Weddings, by Atar Hadari
Dinner and a Movie, Green Canyon, Utah, by Michael Sowder
The Accidental Stage, by Sean Keck

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