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AGNI 83

Contents

Editor's Note

Birkerts and I

Fiction

Mornings and Evenings
Khati’ah
Duende
In the Rare Case
Rose Ivoire
The Children of New Orleans
The Plate-Spinner

Essays

Vodka-Chamomile: cocktail for a revolution
Friendship, Deception, Writing: Within and Beyond Plato’s Lysis
Choreograph
The Dress Form
A Common Skin

Poetry

Roman Night Tableau
Translated from the German by Kai Maristed
Your Words
Translated from the German by Kai Maristed
A Sort of Loss
Translated from the German by Kai Maristed
After Sappho: The Drill
Giacometti, Nine Figures
Elegy with a Gold Cradle
Cologne, Am Hof
Translated from the German by Kai Maristed
In Egypt
Translated from the German by Kai Maristed
Pale Lieutenant at the Empire Ball
Ode to a Mockingbird
Limestone and Rain
Translation from the Origins of Time
Questions for the Mariner
Recuerdo
The Doubles
Lower Animals
The Summer My Mother Said She Was Going to Drown Herself
At the Grave
The Reckoning Reasoning
Some Postures to the Rock
Northern Wind
The Rooted Oar
Translated from the Italian by Taije Silverman and Marina Della Putta Johnston
The Swallows
Translated from the Italian by Taije Silverman and Marina Della Putta Johnston
War in You and in Me
The Coconut-Water Man
Pastoral
Refraction and Its Ordinary Material
2
Translated from the Greek by Christopher Childers
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Translated from the Greek by Christopher Childers
1
Translated from the Greek by Christopher Childers
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Translated from the Greek by Christopher Childers
Inheritance
An Anatomical Study Concerning the North American Whitetail
Bawlmer Crabs
Catharsis with Mildred Pierce
Adding One
Montage with Mangos, Volcano, and Flooded Streets
AGNI 83

Reading the coffee grounds. Lara Baladie(TM)s striking emblems of private and public divination set the interrogating mood: the issue features, in an array of genuine riches, poems by Barbara Helfgott Hyett, David Daniel, Cyrus Cassells, Hailey Leithauser, and also Ingeborg Bachmann and Paul Celan in a kind of “poets’ dialogue” (translated by Kai Maristed); essays by Tyler Mills, Marya Hornbacher, and William Eaton; and stories by Steve Stern, Noy Holland,  Stephen Dixon, and Melissa Pritchard.

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