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AGNI 72

Contents

Editor's Note

Booze Snow Cone with Crème de Menthe

Fiction

Anointed
Love Is Power, Or Something Like That
The Institute for Taxi Poetry
from Whosoever Fears the Sea
The Iron Gate
The Treasonable Parrot
Sentencing for Six
Saving Agu’s Wife
The Boys’ School, or The News from Spain

Poetry

To my Lover, Concerning the Yird-Swine
The Dog Hermes
I Have Put Your Nest Where I Can See It
First the Meadow
Middle Age
The Needle
Late Summer
Pricked Fingers
American Scene 1935
Private Plane
Things Just Come
The Streichholzhndler
Glenn Gould on the Telephone
Codicil
AGNI 72

Anything-but-alphabetical Africa. A vividly variegated portfolio (in print and online) of fiction from the continent that Alexander miraculously overlooked, including new work from Henrietta Rose-Innes, Helon Habila, Doreen Baingana, and many others. The art feature and cover by Victor Ekpuk telegraph the sensuous immediacy and coded layers of this presentation. The issue also includes fiction by Joan Wickersham and Sarah Gaddis; poems by C. K. Williams, Kevin Young, Kate Northrop, and others; reflections on poetry by Carol Moldaw and Anton Vander Zee; as well as tributes to Barry Hannah by Sven Birkerts and William Giraldi.

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