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AGNI 62

Contents

Essays

One Kind of Everything
Shadowboxing: An Open Letter to My Students About Captain Violin, Saul Bellow, the War, and the Art of Fiction
Transubstantiations

Poetry

Bury This Pig
from Concerning Romanticism: As Picture Postcard, On Thanks, Heart or Head Canard, Underneath
Crusoe in England (reprint)
Report from the Aftermath
Report from the Compound
Second Pilgrimage, Rodeo Nites
Charlie Chaplin Dug Up & Ransomed: A Prayer
The Scabbard of Limbs Means Flesh
My Ghost
From the Book of Small Animals
Speed of Trees
Banjo
South Carolina
Tycho Brache: Astronomy
Resistance
Notoriety Among the Small & Wild
A Writer’s Writer
Always an End
Blind Instinct
The Heart of the Forest

Interviews

The Essay as Jazz, Butterfly, Knuckleball: An Interview with Edward Hoagland
AGNI 62

The geographer’s colors. Homages to Saul Bellow and Elizabeth Bishop, a roving interview with Edward Hoagland, as well as the sharply drawn fictional worlds of Gania Barlow, Xujun Eberlein, Mary O’Donoghue, Tova Reich, Tom Whalen, and Nicholas Montemarano. Poems by Matt Donovan, Paula Closson Buck, Eamon Grennan, and others complement the vigorous book collages of Maureen Mullarkey.

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