Series: AGNI

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The Agni Review by Sharon Dunn18
The Agni Review 19: New Irish Poetry. by William. ed. LOGAN19
Agni 29-30 (ISSN: 0191-3352) by The Staff of Agni Press29-30
Agni 33 by Askold Melnyczuk33
AGNI 35 by Askold Melnyczuk35
Agni 39 by Various39
Agni 40 (Unsettling Narratives: Biography and Memoir, 40) by Sven Birkerts40
Agni 41 (ISSN: 0191-3352) by The Staff of Agni Press41
AGNI 44 by Askold ed. Melnyczuk44
AGNI 4545
Agni 46 : 25th Anniversary Issue46
AGNI 4848
AGNI 51 [Boston University] incl. excerpt from TIEPOLO'S HOUND, UNPUBLISHED CONVERSATION WITH JOSEPH BRODSKY, George de Man on Southern Gnostic, more51
AGNI 5353
Agni 54: Amnesty International Fortieth Anniversary by Askold Melnyczuk54
Agni 55 by Askold Melnyczuk55
Agni 56 by Askold Melnyczuk56
AGNI 56 (thirtieth Anniversary) by Askold Melnyczuk56
AGNI 56 (thirtieth Anniversary) by Askold Melnyczuk56
AGNI 57 by Sven Birkerts57
Agni 58 by Sven Birkerts58
Agni 60 by Sven Birkerts60
Agni 60 by Dick Allen60
agni 60 by Sven Birkerts60
Agni Magazine (No. 61) by Sven Birkerts61
AGNI 62 by Sven Birkerts62
AGNI Magazine (62) by Sven Birkerts62
AGNI, No. 62 by Sven Birkerts62
AGNI 64 by Sven Birkerts64
AGNI 65 by Sven Birkerts65
AGNI Magazine 66 by Sven Birkerts66
Agni Magazine (67) by Sven Birkerts67
Agni Magazine (67) by Sven Birkerts67
Agni Magazine: No. 67 by Sven Birkerts67
AGNI Magazine 68 (Includes CD Good to Pull) by Sven Birkerts68
AGNI Magazone No. 69 2009 by Sven Birkerts69
Agni Magazine, Number 70 by Sven Birkerts70
AGNI 71 by Sven Birkerts71
Agni 72 by Sven Birkerts72
Agni 73 by Sven Birkets73
Agni 75 by Sven Birkerts75
AGNI Magazine (61, 65, 66) by Variousmultiple copies

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AGNI magazine

Publisher: Boston University

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