AGNI 41

Essays

Michael Franco’s Word of Mouth

By AGNI

Peter Balakian and the Poetry of Witness: A Reply

Reading Karahasan

The Risks of Being Suleiman

Letter from N.

Literature and War

A Love Letter

A Belated Reply to N.

Wistful Thinking about the Political Weeklies

Fiction

A Story of Many Titles

Near-Death Experiences

The Abbess

The Main Train Station

The Road to Point Reyes

Interviews

Speaking Franco: An Interview with Michael Franco

By João de Mancelos

Translated by Michael Franco

Poetry

The Snow

By Yves Bonnefoy

Translated by Hoyt Rogers

By Yves Bonnefoy

Translated by Hoyt Rogers

An Ordinary Day

By Alain Bosquet

Translated by James Laughlin

Forward to Tomorrow without Me

By Alain Bosquet

Translated by James Laughlin

Nothing At All

By Alain Bosquet

Translated by James Laughlin

from Dead Electron Catalogue: “What moves the unseen, untouched body,” “This much I know—that dusk brings arguments over what is,” “You don’t have to go to Venice or the swamp”

The Life of the Mind

Stepson Elegy

Best in the Business

Untitled

Being a Constellation

Running in Church

The Salmon House

Intersection

The Worker

To an Old Sucker Fish

One of the Mineral Elements

Rimbaud

Authority

Mr. & Mrs. Death

The Poets

Sweet Decision

The Scale of Light

Sworn Deposition

Trio Threaded on Lines from the Parthian Hymns

Paper Country

Screws

Calle Visión

Advent in Co. Fermanagh

Crossing the Border

The Denial

The Distance Between

Hey Now

Ghost Continent

Listening to Leonard Cohen

Altamont

Reviews

Howard Frank Mosher’s Northern Borders

Carl Phillips’s In the Blood and Liam Rector’s American Prodigal

By Erin Belieu

Translated by Carl Phillips & Liam Rector

Debra Spark’s Coconuts for the Saint

By Catherine Carter

Translated by Debra Spark

Sophie Cabot Black’s The Misunderstanding of Nature

By Wyn Cooper

Translated by Sophie Cabot Black

Ted Berrigan’s Selected Poems

Robert Pinsky’s Inferno

By Alfred Corn

Translated by Robert Pinsky

Jane Kenyon’s Constance

Alan Shapiro’s In Praise of the Impure

By Joe Osterhaus

Translated by Alan Shapiro

David St. John’s Study for the World’s Body

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