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AGNI 47

Contents

Fiction

The Next Big Thing
Stan’s Speed Shop
Interpreter of Maladies
Sympathy

Essays

Which Earth?
Catherine in Glass, from Swimming at the Joyce Museum
Paying Attention
Angela the Upside-Down Girl
Ed Hogan
Pieces of Bones
Ed Hogan: In Memoriam
In Eternal Memory
The Thingun
“Building the House of Dying”: Donald Hall’s Claim for Poetry
Memoir

Poetry

She Runs With Her Skirts Up
Drafts of “Last Rites”
Conveyance
Drafts of “In Defense of Marriage”
In Defense of Marriage
Descent
A Mass Hallucination of Motels
The Door
Night Fishing
Harbinger
Code of Silence
Bleeding Heart
Oracular Moment
Rows of Buddhas, Receding
Diana’s Lamp
Last Night
What About
Wet Book
from Variations from the Red Room: 1-4
How Fast
Question for the Magic Hour
Versace
The New World: Edward Taylor
The History of His Body
House of Horrors
Barber College Haircut
The Soul Has May Brides
Beauty Parlor
Dream of the Glass of Wine
House-Warming
Pathogen
The Emigrant
The Fault in the Rock
Friendly Fire
The Encounter
Small Fry
More Than Anything I Like to Sing but It’s Rare
Riddle Book to the City
Astrelegy
AGNI 47

One of the first publications of Jhumpa Lahiri: the title story to Interpreter of Maladies. The story was selected for Best American; the collection won the Pulitzer Prize (2000). Fiction also by Nick Papandreou, Pamela Painter, and Charles Bock. Poetry by Charles Simic, Larissa Szporluk, Gail Mazur, Jennifer Barber, Reginald Shepherd, Fred Marchant, Martha Collins, and more. Essays by Julia Lieblich, Wulf Rehder, and Emily Hiestand. Memoriam to Ed Hogan.

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