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Lynne Sharon Schwartz
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Lynne Sharon Schwartz’s latest books are No Way Out But Through, a poetry collection, and Crossing Borders: Stories and Essays about Translation, which she edited and which has just come out from Seven Stories Press. She is the author of twenty-three other books, including the essay collection This Is Where We Came In; the novels Disturbances in the Field, Leaving Brooklyn (nominated for a PEN/Faulkner Award), and The Writing on the Wall; the poetry collections In Solitary and See You in the Dark; and three story collections, most recently Referred Pain. She has received awards from the Guggenheim Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the New York State Foundation for the Arts. She teaches at the Bennington Writing Seminars. (updated 10/2017)

Schwartz’s novel The Fatigue Artist was reviewed in AGNI 43 by Cartherine Carter.

AGNI has published the following work:

Fiction
Return of the Frenchman
AGNI 81 Print Only
Fiction
The Middle Child
AGNI 81 Print Only
Fiction
Who’s Crazy Now?
AGNI 81 Print Only
Fiction
Breaking Up
AGNI 81 Print Only
Fiction
Meeting God
AGNI 81 Print Only
Fiction
A Lapse of Memory
AGNI 85 Print Only
Fiction
I Want My Car
AGNI 86 Print Only
Fiction
A Few Days Off
AGNI 85 Print Only

AGNI has published the following translations:

Essays
An Invisible Government
By Natalia Ginzburg
Translated from the Italian by Lynne Sharon Schwartz
Essays
Film
By Natalia Ginzburg
Translated from the Italian by Lynne Sharon Schwartz
Essays
The Great Lady
By Natalia Ginzburg
Translated from the Italian by Lynne Sharon Schwartz
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