Post Road Magazine
Issue #31 | Winter 2016


Lydia Davis’s “Happiest Moment” and the
Convoluted Temporalities of Very Short Fiction
— Ezra Dan Feldman


Circumstance — Theodore Dawes
Les Abandonnées — Kirby Gann
The Woman in the Barn — Jaclyn Gilbert
Perishables — Becky Hagenston
Children Left to be Raised by Wolves — Carrie Messenger
Doctor Tukes, Off the Clock | Marie to Eleanor, Resenting Her Elasticness — Andrew Morgan
The Room Where Elizabeth Bishop Slept — Paola Peroni
Bells — Remy Smidt


Elegy for a Cousin — Brad Geer
Color Palette Blue #3 — Sarah Kennedy
Lift Off — Lania Knight
Eleanor — Joyce Underwood
Heart Attack — Sarah Vallance


Ode to Trains Departing Billings Railyard | River Country — Jeffrey Alfier
Blessed Holy Fuck — Alan Hanson
Mafiosa | Elegy for the Quiet House — Suzanne Manizza Roszak
Talking Faith with a Friend | Regarding His Alzheimer’s — Jennifer Wheelock


The Shape of Things: Various Artists


The Bakery Off Flatbush — Steve Monroe


Ann Patchett — Kim Ablon Whitney
Paul Beatty’s The Sellout — Wendy Rawlings
Jenny Offill’s Dept. of Speculation — Angela Palm
The Stories of Breece D’J Pancake — Jason Ockert
Amo, Amas, Amat and More, by Eugene Erlich, paperback edition, 1987 — Jana Martin
New Dark Ages by Donald Revell — Josh Kalscheur
Kent Haruf’s Plainsong — David Huddle
Woody Guthrie: A Life — Holly George-Warren
The Boys of My Youth by Jo Ann Beard — Suzanne Cope
A Town of Accreted Myth”: Lauren Groff’s The Monsters of Templeton — W.B. Belcher
Marly Youmans’s Catherwood — Emily Barton

GUEST FOLIO: Edited by Chris Boucher

Letter to a Young Man in the Ground — Lincoln Michel
Selections from The Week — Joanna Ruocco
The Baby — Ethan Rutherford
Carnality — Angela Woodward


Cover Art: Rosaire Appel, “bearings”

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