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AGNI 81
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Anna Schuleit Haber’s arresting sequence of paintings—from which we take our cover and portfolio—is entitled The Voice Imitator. How apt that is, for AGNI 81, even more than previous issues, is a gathering of uniquely expressive tonalities. From the fictional flights of writers like Stephen Dixon, Lynne Sharon Schwartz, Amina Gautier, and Karl Ove Knausgaard; to the essayistic renderings of Chloe Honum, Jennifer S. Cheng, and Adam Szczucinski; and on to poems and translations by Cyrus Cassells, Patricia Hooper, Noah Warren, Martha Silano, and Vivek Narayanan, the octaves of the contemporary are thoroughly sounded.

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AGNI 80
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Unsettling whimsy, gravity, and grace: Photographer Rosamond Purcell’s portfolio—the debut of her “Oscar” series—provides the visual key signature for our most symphonically ambitious gathering of voices yet. Fiction by Beth Bosworth, Josh Weil, Chitra Divakaruni, and Tony Eprile; poetry by Nick Flynn, Erica Funkhouser, Peter Balakian, and Jill McDonough; essays by Anna Journey and K. E. Duffin; and much more. Superb translations of Virgil, Raúl Zurita, Théophile Gautier, Antonio Tabucchi, and others bring striking accents to the weave.

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AGNI 79
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Out of pieces is a world made and understood. Wangechi Mutu’s stunning, disturbing images set the tone for an investigation of canny and uncanny assemblage. Essays by, among others, Carol Ann Davis and Anna Journey; fiction by Ihab Hassan, Matt Sailor, and Ann Pancake; translations of Horace and Callimachus, and poems by Kevin Prufer, Patricia Hooper, and many others.

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Rules—and ruins—of attraction. From Nicola Waldron’s memoir of the summons of first love, to Peter LaSalle’s unsettling fiction of literary erotics. to J. D. Daniels’s story of jealous transgression. Erica Funkhauser’s poems channeling John Berryman’s devastations, and the light of Vermeer refracted by poet Circe Maia. A generous suite of tributes to Gail Mazur, along with new work by the poet. The breadth of literary imaginings is counterpointed, and underscored, by the eerily witty precision of Matt Hope’s drawings of the future as remembered: strange ruins, new rules.  Much, much more.

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The body eclectic—artist Fabio D’Aroma’s expressively cartoonized bodies and physiognomies catch the flavor of an issue featuring Lynne Sharon Schwartz’s surgery memoir, as well as meaty and muscular fiction from Tiphanie Yanique, David Hernandez, E. C. Osondu, and Melanie Rae Thon; essays by Lia Purpura and Elvis Bego; poetry by Dana Levin, Jordan Smith, Peter Balakian, and Carol Moldaw; and much more, including translations from the Lithuanian, French, Japanese, Danish, and Russian.

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Fiery significations—of place, of past, of self. Artist Lesley Dill’s striking figurations set the tone of engaged encounter. Nonfiction by Jeffrey Mehlman, John Kinsella, Dinah Lenney, Susan McCallum-Smith, and others. Stories by David Huddle, Wendy Rawlings, Tamas Dobozy, and Victoria Lancelotta; poetry from Sharon Olds, Eamon Grennan, David Wojahn, Patricia Lockwood, with translations by Christopher Middleton, Hoyt Rogers, and Ewa Hryniewicz-Yarbrough.

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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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AGNI 74
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Sifting for fresh versions of the known. An art portfolio of odd objects, served up by Jody Servon and Lorene Delany-Ullman, captures something of the larger idiosyncrasy of this issue, which features, among other offerings, poetry by Amy Gerstler, Sherman Alexie, Carol Ann Davis, and Rainer Maria Rilke (from the German and from the French); fiction by Helen DeWitt and Rachel Swearingen; a generous array of nonfiction by Sarah Braunstein, Jonathan Wilson, Robert Boyers, and many others, as well as a conversation with the startlingly unusual Yahia Lababidi.

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AGNI 73
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Tethers of mind, tethers of heart: a lyric inventory of the ties that bind, and constrain. Cover and portfolio by Ethan Murrow create the vibration, sustained and amplified in fiction by Ihab Hassan, Mark Slouka, Sigrid Nunez, Tom Whalen, and many others; poetry by Amy Beeder, Tom Sleigh, Patricia Lockwood, and Ed Ochester; and nonfiction by Nin Andrews and Matt Donovan.  Translations of Robert Walser, Giulio Mozzi, Paul Celan, and Horace.

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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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Detonations and responses. The pressure of consequences public and private moves through fiction by Tom Bissell, Carolyn Cooke, Marjorie Sandor, and others. It turns lyrical in work by Charles Simic, Major Jackson, Kathleen Graber, and Melissa Green, and flares up surprisingly in essays by Paul West, Lia Purpura, Lynne Sharon Schwartz, and Alex Lemon. The issue also includes a career-spanning interview with Donald Hall and a portfolio of artist Ellen Driscoll’s strikingly engaged installations.

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AGNI 70
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Celebrations and skewerings. The writing life laid bare in fiction by Ken Kalfus, Giles Harvey, and Melissa Pritchard; essays by Peter LaSalle and Norman Lock; and poems by Victoria Chang and Alexander Long. Other work by Simon Armitage, Tomaz Salamun, Maxine Scates, Mary O’Donoghue, Douglas Bauer, Mimi Schwartz, and many others. Plus a mind-stretching art feature and cover by Joomi Chung, and a special section in which writers and fellow artists commemorate the life of painter Michael Mazur.

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AGNI 69
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Radical compressions and striking explosions. Brian Christian proposes a radical theory of art as information, and Senior Editor Bill Pierce riffs out further connections, while artist Aldwyth (as elucidated by fellow-artist Rosamond Purcell) offers uncannily apt illustration. Lovers’ beds abound—in fiction by Gary Amdahl, Michael Mejia, and Margo Berdeshevsky—and poets, including Adam Day, Garrett Keizer, Eva Hooker, and Deborah Pease, find what’s fresh and disturbing in the nothing new that is under the sun.

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AGNI 68
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Inscapes and crossings. Michael Mazur’s cover rendering of Dantean passage sets the tone for an issue rich with transformative broodings and hard-won exclamations. Poetry by Rita Dove, Robert Pinsky, Richard Kenney, Alan Williamson, and many others resonates against powerful translations of Vasyl Makhno, Tomas Venclova, René Char, Rainer Maria Rilke, and Nelly Sachs. Stories by Charles Haverty, Lynne Sharon Schwartz, Anis Shivani, and Gary Amdahl seem to call to nuanced meditations by Lia Purpura, Brian Christian, and Nadia Gregor. This is a partial listing, to be sure. The issue also features a first-ever DVD—Robert Gardner’s documentary celebration of our portfolio artist Michael Mazur at work on his print illustrations of Robert Pinsky’s striking translations of the Italian master.

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AGNI 67
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Voice and transformation. This issue features a deep reckoning of friendship by Roland Merullo, a recollection of a mentor by Jhumpa Lahiri, and sharp, smart idiosyncracies by Sarah Gorham and David Rivard. Playing against these are antic and bittersweet stories by Perle Besserman, Ken Kalfus, and Vladimir Makanin, among others. Here are writers marking how the self broods—broods, and then flips loss onto its turtle back; how it damns the damnable and laughs out at all that is tangled and absurd. Pilar Coover’s hallucinatory visual textures aptly counterpoint the voices, which also include those of poets Matt Donovan, Amy Beeder, Paula Closson Buck, Bruce Smith, and Derek Walcott.

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AGNI 66
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Vernaculars, inward and international. Heeding the issue number, we think of Route 66, the legendary American highway, cutting through Ben Miller’s uniquely essayistic Midwest, Jill McCorkle’s and Tara Goedjen’s fictional South, and painter Benny Andrews’s anguished and ecstatic historical South, before jumping off the atlas to take in Peter Balakian’s epical 9/11 sequences, Melissa Green’s topographies of the heart, and William T. Vollmann’s mytho-erotic fantasia. Vernaculars go international and rise into song, with Harrison Solow’s portrait of Welsh tenor Timothy Evans (the first-ever AGNI CD is included). Poetry by Steve Gehrke, Jordan Smith, Erica Funkhouser, and others. Essays by Scott Diel, Stephen O’Connor, Alta Ifland, and Askold Melnyczuk. And more.
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AGNI 65
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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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AGNI 64
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Changing ecologies of information, fragmented certainties. Sets up a vigorous call-and-response between fictions of eerie dislocation (Michael Mejia, Rick Moody, and Vincent Czyz) and essays of interrogation and witness—by William Pierce, Lia Purpura, Joel Brouwer, Wendy Rawlings, and others. Poets like Campbell McGrath, Christopher Middleton, Matt Donovan, and Leslie Wheeler are buttressed by a stylistically singular portfolio of British and Irish poetry edited by Kathryn Maris and Maurice Riordan of Poetry London magazine. A portfolio of visual art by Leslie Sutcliffe uses the logic of likeness as a basis for reassembly and restoration.
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AGNI 63
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Where mind meets intuition. Powerful exploratory fiction by Paul Eggers, Alexandra Chasin, Melanie Rae Thon, Maja Novak, and Phong Nguyen; poems by Alpay Ulku, Sandra McPherson, Donald Platt, Friedrich Hölderlin, and others; sui generis essays by Joan Wickersham, Ben Miller, Christopher Livaccari, A. P. Miller, and Charles Bardes—all held in the presiding visual force-field of artist Christopher Gausby.
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AGNI 62
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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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AGNI 61
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Honoring the spirit that survives. Valedictories for Susan Sontag and Czeslaw Milosz by Askold Melnyczuk, Sven Birkerts, and Seamus Heaney, along with fiercely idiosyncratic prose and poetry by C. K. Williams, K. E. Duffin, Magdalena Tulli, Peter LaSalle, Vivek Narayanan, Edith Pearlman, Kyle Thompson, and many others. Visual meditations on word-to-form by Deborah Davidson.

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AGNI 60
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Words at the threshold. Fiction by Jack Pulaski, Sari Wilson, Kim Adrian, Charles Haverty, Jai Clare, and Margot Singer. Reflections and texts by Russell Banks, Harvey Blume, Lia Purpura, Tom Bissell, as well as portfolio and cover artist Katherine Jackson. Poetry by Catullus, Robert Olen Butler, James Tate, George Kalogeris, Fred Marchant, Megan Newell, Tom Sleigh, and many others.

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AGNI 59
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The hand-breadth of the unknown. Fiction by Vivek Narayanan, Paul West, Martha Cooley, Keith Gessen, Jacob Appel (his “The Frying Finn” coincidentally convergent with the photographs of Finnish-American artist Arno Minkkinen), Chris Abouzeid and Joan Wickersham. A boyhood memoir by Donald Hall. Poetry by Wesley McNair, James Arthur, Edip Cansever, Brian Swann, Judith Vollmer, Jeffrey Harrison, David Hernandez, and others. Louise Gluck’s “Prism” essayed by Dan Chiasson, and Tomas Salamun celebrated by Ales Debeljak. Musings on the real and the fabulous by William Pierce. Much more.

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AGNI 58
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The beauty of the book. Fiction by Alden Jones, Liza Ward, Debra Spark, Patrick Tobin, and Yevgeny Schklovsky. Poetry by Robert Pinsky, Robert Bly, Kirun Kapur, Robert Polito, Jason Labbe, April Bernard, Li Po, Ewa Lipska, Peter Campion, Raffaello Baldini (translated by Adria Bernardi), and more. Essays by Mark Slouka, Ilan Stavans, and memoir by Lynne Sharon Schwartz and Alice Mattison. And paradoxically stunning images of old books by photographer Rosamond Purcell in a full-color, glossy 8-page insert.

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AGNI 57
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New Editor Sven Birkerts’s first issue. Includes work by Seamus Heaney, Maureen Howard, David Foster Wallace, Rosanna Warren, Rick Moody, Margot Livesey, Wesley McNair, Christopher Jane Corkery, Wolfgang Hilbig, David Wagoner, Maggie Dietz, Debora Greger, Nicholas Montemarano, Lise Haines, Lance Larsen, Harvey Blume, and many more. Pinhole photographs (including cover) by Jesseca Ferguson.

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Our mammoth, 480-page Thirtieth Anniversary Poetry Anthology, containing superb original work by over 240 contributors to AGNI since 1972. From the most famous poets—Derek Walcott, Seamus Heaney, Wislawa Szymborska, Joseph Brodsky, Adrienne Rich, Odysseas Elytis, Rita Dove, Eugenio Montale, and Ai—to those you’ve never heard of but will soon wish you had, the work in this issue, the last to be edited by Founding Editor Askold Melnyczuk, comprises a milestone compendium of the energy and scope of American poets and translators over the past three decades.

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AGNI 55
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Our spring 2002 issue reaffirms AGNI’s commitment to up-and-coming writers with fiction by Wendy Button, Daphne Kalotay, and Priscilla Hodgkins; poetry from Brian Blanchfield, Christine Hume, Christine Perrin, and Bryan Walpert; and nonfiction by Pushcart Prize-winner M. Elaine Mar, Judy Karasik and Debbie Danielpour Chapel, to name but a few. Also work by Natalia Ginzburg (translated by Lynne Sharon Schwartz), John J. Clayton, Osip Mandelshtam (tr. Maxim D. Shrayer), Ovid (tr. Tom Sleigh), and Guy de Maupassant (tr. Matt Yost).

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AGNI 54
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Amnesty International Fortieth Anniversary issue. This big issue (over 400 pages) is chock full of amazing stuff, including poetry by Nobel Laureate Wislawa Szymborska, Pulitzer Prize winners Maxine Kumin and Charles Simic, Daniel Berrigan, and Homero Aridjis; fiction by Tom Bissell and former Iranian political prisoner and torture victim Faraj Sarkohi; previously unpublished interviews with Vladimir Nabokov, Rita Dove, and Bei Dao; translation by Seamus Heaney; and first-person testimony of great acts of heroic compassion in the Balkan War recorded by Dr. Svetlana Broz, granddaughter of Marshal Tito (later reprinted in Utne Reader and in a Dutch magazine).

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AGNI 53
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Fiction by Joyce Carol Oates, Carolyn Cooke (selected for Best American Short Stories), Chitra Divakaruni (selected for Pushcart and O. Henry anthologies and runner-up for Best American Short Stories), and Lynne Sharon Schwartz (runner-up for Best American); poetry by Agha Shahid Ali, James Tate, Laure-Anne Bosselaar, Cynthia Huntington, Martha Collins, Meg Kearney, Rodney Jack, and Michael Morse; nonfiction by Yuri Andrukhovych and Ploughshares founder DeWitt Henry; art by Joel Janowitz; and drafts of Randall Jarrell’s last poem.
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AGNI 52
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Previously unpublished interviews with Jorge Luis Borges and Stanley Kunitz; the “Best German Poetry of 2000” in translation; fiction by Madison Smartt Bell, Pamela Painter, and Charles Bock; poetry by Daniel Berrigan, Jason Shinder, Peter Balakian, Dara Wier, Dan Chiasson, Charles Bernstein, and Linda Gregg and Thomas Sayers Ellis (both selected for Best American Poetry 2001); “The Rise and Fall of Yiddish” by Ilan Stavans.

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AGNI 51
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Previously unpublished conversation with Joseph Brodsky; first published excerpts from Nobel Laureate Derek Walcott’s Tiepelo’s Hound (illustrated with his own watercolor painting); poetry by Ha Jin, Robert Bly, Robert Pinsky, Heather McHugh, F. D. Reeve, Amy Thomas, John Peck (selected for Best American Poetry 2001), and Larissa Szporluk; fiction by Julia Thacker and James Whitfield Thomson; nonfiction by Sarah Silbert and George DeMan. László Földényi on Triumph of the Will.

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Interview with Derek Walcott on Omeros; poetry by Yusef Komunyakaa, Reginald Sheperd, Maggie Dietz, Joyce Peseroff, Eric McHenry, JSA Lowe, Reetika Vazirani; fiction by Thomas E. Kennedy, Mike Rosovsky, John Keene (winner of the AGNI 2000 John Cheever Award for Short Fiction), Victor Pelevin (translated by Byron Lindsey, winner of the AGNI 2000 William Arrowsmith Prize for Translation); nonfiction by Duff Brenna; Eric Chasalow on Mario Davidovsky; Jean Charbonneau on Patrick Modiano; Linda Lappin on Peter Brook; Diane Mehta on Jhumpa Lahiri.

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Poetry by Adrienne Rich, Sándor Csoóri, Philip Levine, Jason Shinder, Judy Page Heitzman, and others; fiction by Pushcart Prize-winner Tony Ardizzone, National Book Award runner-up Rose Moss, Frederick Busch, and Perrin Ireland. Nonfiction by Tom Sleigh; Jason Shinder interview with Philip Levine; Eric Chasalow on “AGNI in the Music Business”; reviews by Eric McHenry, and others. Document section features drafts of Robert Pinsky’s “The Ice-Storm.”

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AGNI 48
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The Translation Issue: Beowulf by Seamus Heaney, Euripides by Tom Sleigh, Virgil by David Ferry, Aeschylus by Alan Shapiro, Oleh Lysheha by herself and James Brasfield (for which they won the 2000 PEN Award for Poetry in Translation; issue includes drafts of the translation). Fiction: Vladimir Makanin by Mary Ann Szporluk, Yuri Andrukhovych by Michael Naydan, Li Xiao by Zhu Hong. Nonfiction: Vicki Lawrence on Vergangenheitsbewältigung.

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One of the first publications of Jhumpa Lahiri: the title story to Interpreter of Maladies. The story was selected for Best American; the collection won the Pulitzer Prize (2000). Fiction also by Nick Papandreou, Pamela Painter, and Charles Bock. Poetry by Charles Simic, Larissa Szporluck, Gail Mazur, Jennifer Barber, Reginald Shepherd, Fred Marchant, Martha Collins, and more. Essays by Julia Lieblich, Wulf Rehder, and Emily Hiestand. Memorium to Ed Hogan.

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Our Twenty-fifth Anniversary issue, dedicated to first publications by new authors. Mary Sullivan, Tiffany Meyers, Derek Webster, Humair Yusuf, Traci Sobocinski (winner of the 2001 PEN New England Discovery Award), Meg Tyler, et al. Plus poetry by James Laughlin and Rafael Campo, a conversation between Sven Birkerts and Saul Bellow, and fiction by Percival Everett.

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Fiction by Ha Jin, Igor Yarkevich, Wyn Cooper, and others; poetry by Harvey Shapiro, Ben Downing, Chase Twichell, and others; essays by David Keplinger, George Packer; Robie Macauley interview by Thomas E. Kennedy; drafts of Thomas Sayers Ellis’s “Sir Nose D'VoidofFunk”.

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Poetry by Chinua Achebe, Joyce Carol Oates, Teresa Cader, Jane Hirshfield, Oksana Zabuzhko, Marilyn Hacker, Dzvinia Orlowsky, Claire Malroux, and Tony Hoagland; fiction by Jill McCorkle, Peter Ho Davies; Susanna Kaysen on rereading The Magic Mountain, Martha Collins on translating Viet Nam, and Seamus Heaney on Charles Simic.

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