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AGNI 41

Contents

Fiction

A Story of Many Titles
Near-Death Experiences
The Abbess
The Main Train Station
The Road to Point Reyes

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
A Belated Reply to N.
A Love Letter
Letter from N.
Literature and War
Wistful Thinking about the Political Weeklies

Poetry

Summer Again
Translated from the French by Hoyt Rogers
The Snow
Translated from the French by Hoyt Rogers
An Ordinary Day
Translated from the French by James Laughlin
Forward to Tomorrow without Me
Translated from the French by James Laughlin
Nothing At All
Translated from the French 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
Running in Church
Being a Constellation
Intersection
The Salmon House
The Worker
To an Old Sucker Fish
Rimbaud
One of the Mineral Elements
Mr. & Mrs. Death
Authority
The Poets
The Scale of Light
Sweet Decision
Sworn Deposition
Trio Threaded on Lines from the Parthian Hymns
Paper Country
Screws
Calle Visión
Advent in Co. Fermanagh
The Denial
Crossing the Border
The Distance Between
Hey Now
Ghost Continent
Listening to Leonard Cohen
Altamont

Interviews

Speaking Franco: An Interview with Michael Franco
Translated by Michael Franco
AGNI 41
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