Post Road Magazine – Issue #24 | Spring/Summer 2013


That Time He Felt the World Turn + The Splitting Image, by Ethel Rohan
Flutter Flake, by Ross Barkan
Night Class, by Jessica Francis Kane
Sunset Judas, by Steven Tweddell
Balloons, by Michael Graves
Readers and Writers, by Ryan Boudinot
The Revenge of Umslopogaas, by Tony Eprile


A Woman in Brine, by Kate Crane
The ABCs of Parting, by Gail Hosking
A Tremendous (Experience of) Fish
Haystacks Lauren Fath Craig Reinbold


#GentlemanlyPursuits in Paul Kahan’s Chicago, by A-J Aronstein


A Rocket to Venus + Walk Through, by Greg Nicholl
The County Fair Building for Animal Husbandry + We Are Fewer than Before, by Adam Houle
Jap + ’Nam, by Brian Komei Dempster
Dark Daisy + The Lingering, by Adam Giannelli
Mazatlan + Learning the Fastball, by Gary Dop
Older Sister + Earl Grey, by Brenna W. Lemieux
When we left medicine behind + Quantum Physics and You, by E. Kristin Anderson


Valerie Brennan: Peanut Gallery, by Dünny Josafat Potter
Molly Herman: Silverpoint Series, by Molly Herman
Lucy Mink: Strangely Familiar Places, by Cary Smith


The Peacock Spring by Rumer Godden — Sarah Gardner Borden
A Love Letter for Love, an Index (McSweeney’s Poetry Series) — Traci Brimhall
Years Are Bearing Us to Heaven: Donald Barthelme’s The Slightly Irregular Fire Engine, or the Hithering Thithering Djinn — Paul La Farge
How to Live Safely in a Science —
Fictional Universe by Charles Yu — Ethan Gilsdorf
Seven Books in Seven Days — Jo Ann Beard
The Work of Stanley Elkin — Seth Fried


Introduction: Writing the Body: Creative Nonfiction, by Amy Boesky
O Is for Old, by Priscilla Long
No Good Way, by Caitlin Moran
At Sea, by Christie Rogers
Elliptical Journey, by Floyd Skloot
Body Without Organs, by Martha Stoddard Holmes
The Start Grace Talusan, by Amy Boesky

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