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AGNI 69 Table of Contents (2009)

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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.



Editor’s Note


Author Title
Birkerts, Sven What Remains


Fiction


Author Title
Mejia, Michael The Abjection
Amdahl, Gary Across My Big Brass Bed
Bonnefoy, Yves from The Anchor’s Long Chain (translated from the French by Hoyt Rogers)
Johnston, Bret Anthony Caiman
Thon, Melanie Rae Survivors
Vogrin, Valerie things we’ll need for the coming difficulties
Berdeshevsky, Margo Troika for Lovers


Poetry


Author Title
Silano, Martha Adjacent to the way
Mills, Tyler Caroline Blue Mountain Lake
Bar-Nadav, Hadara Blur
Wright, William Chernobyl Eclogue
Day, Adam Combine
Pease, Deborah The Divine Right of Caprice
Upton, Lee Drunk at a Party
Harris, Ian Fire Season
Keizer, Garret The Last Man Who Knew Everything
Bense, Robert Morandi
Neri, Giampiero Pseudohorse (translated from the Italian by Martha Cooley and Antonio Romani)
Hooker, Eva Shadow of Two
Wagoner, David Striking the Set
Dunn, Stephen Why
Gilliland, Mary Winter in the Garden
Harris, Ian The World Does Not Know of Us, Not Yet


Essays


Author Title
Pierce, William Crucibles: Intimations of Randomness
Christian, Brian High Compression: Information, Intimacy, and the Entropy of Life
Watson, Emily C. Still, Sky, Girl, and Marriage
Lenney, Dinah What Will the Soul Do for Solace Then?


Art Feature


Author Title
Purcell, Rosamond In Her Hands: The Art World Goes to War (essay)
Aldwyth Where Were you When the Moon was Full?



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