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AGNI 75

Contents

Editor's Note

Poetry

At Nero’s Circus
Mutiny
“The Subject Is a Long One”
“The boss is a no-fly zone unless the boss misses numbers poorly performs”
The Minor Castles of Ireland
After 32 Weeks
“The bishop moves like a bass drum . . .”
“Here are the children, tall as knee-high grass . . .”
Adam’s Apostrophe to Eve
Macanudo
Coffin Bone
Fugitive’s Night Song
Book of Forget
Book of Memory
Bryce
In the Backyard after the Dust Storm, Meditating on Paradise
Imagining Heaven
Madagascar
Go Blind
AGNI 75

Trails of mastery, echoes of influence. This first issue of our 40th-anniversary year features a portfolio of photographs of Robert Lowell, never before published, by Robert Gardner, with responses and reminiscences from an array of writers, including C. K. Williams, Fanny Howe, Lloyd Schwartz, Claudia Rankine, Tom Sleigh, Gail Mazur, and Robert Pinsky. Other contents include stories by Edith Pearlman and Vince Passaro, poems by David Wagoner, Connie Voisine, Emilia Phillips, Adam Day, Bob Hicok, and Jill McDonough, and translated work by Osip Mandelstam, Yves Bonnefoy and Husch Josten.

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