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AGNI 65

Contents

Editor's Note

The Thinker in the Garden

Fiction

The Man Who Knew Beckett
Search Party
Mendoza-Burke’s Reform
from The Widening
Split Up on a Dark Sad Night, Agreeing It Was Best
from Blemish
Translated from the Polish by Bill Johnston

Poetry

Suite pour les amours perdus
“Once level with us . . .”
Translated from the Russian by J. Kates
Version of the Stalin Epigram
While an Old Clock Rang the Hour
House and Highway
The Same Old Rain
Translated from the Danish by Roger Greenwald
Plywood
Selected Exercises in Case Law II
Translated from the Norwegian by Roger Greenwald
A Wood Thrush
Barnegat Light
from Hallelujah Blackout
Waking
Diamond
Lyle: Concentration
I Keep Imagining Mahler
In the Air
Goats, or Something
Oil-Soaked Scoters
At the Pool
A Page from the Nightbook
Translated from the Swedish by Michael McGriff and Mikaela Grassl
In the Kingdom of Insecurity
Translated from the Swedish by Michael McGriff and Mikaela Grassl
Migraine

Interviews

FULL STOP: A Conversation with Tom Burckhardt
AGNI 65

Vast spans, subtle scapes. Tom Burckhardt’s stunning art feature, its images ranging from American urban to the Arctics and Asias of the imagination, announces the range of this issue. Richard Tillinghast’s real-life Istanbul jostles Kenneth Wong’s fictional Rangoon and Tomas Tranströmer’s lyric Swedish meditations. David Gates’s voice-fugue channels Samuel Beckett, and Kim Addonizio moves the spirit of Chet Baker through her lines of longing and loss. Stories by Peter LaSalle, Edith Pearlman, Magdalena Tulli, Vince Passaro, and others. Poets include Stuart Dischell, Karl Kirchwey, and Debra Nystrom. Essays: Lia Purpura, Marie Mutsuki Mockett, and William Pierce.

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