Post Road Magazine
Issue #33 | Winter 2017

CRITICISM:

Literary Godparenting and the Hemingway Bundle: Stein and Hemingway in the Little Review — Justin Reed

FICTION:

Duct Tape — Michael Brelsford
What Ray Had — Robert Chibka
The Professor’s Chair + My Slinky Ex — Jacqueline Doyle
Haunting Those Same Old Place — B. P. Herrington
The Pond — Anthony Inverso
I’m Your Strangler — John William McConnell
The Closer the End — Shelly Oria
Adjust — Glen Pourciau
Lessons from the Masters — JT Price
Witness — Kate Simonian
The Dog — Mahreen Sohail

NONFICTION:

In the Middle of the Middle of Everywhere — Nicholas Martin
Chances Are — David Raney
Afterbirth — Nicola Waldron
Becoming Invisible — Amelia Zahm

POETRY:

Curator — Amy Lemmon

ART:

Hiro Ichikawa

THEATRE:

The Bakery Off Flatbush — Steve Monroe

RECOMMENDATIONS:

Scream, a Memoir of Glamour and Dysfunction, by Tama Janowitz — Jennifer Belle
Magical Realism Story Collections for the Trump Era — Annie Hartnett
How the 1% Stole America: Days of Destruction Days of Revolt, by Chris Hedges and Joe Sacco — Pete Hausler
refusing a word: The Work of Carrie Lorig — Roberto Montes
Marie-Louise von Franz — Robin Richardson
Uwe Johnson — Theodore Wheeler

GUEST FOLIO:

Featuring the Winners of Our Flash Fiction Contest, judged by Suzanne Matson and Elizabeth Graver

First Place Winner: Bishop Street — Sophia Veltfort
Second Place Winner: Lower Houghton, 1977 — Kara Moskowitz
Third Place Winner: The Raspberry King — Suzanne Warren

CONTRIBUTORS:

Cover Art: Jody Morlock, “Common Descent”



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