Epignosis Quarterly – SPRING 2014 VOLUME I – ISSUE 1
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Ben Meyerson, Michael Lee Rattigan, Jeremy Clarke, Gordon Meade, Iain Britton, Bethany W. Pope, Dick Jones, Ruth Roach Pierson, Ágnes Cserháti, Matthew Francis, Steven Mayoff, Anthea Simmons, Erin Soros, Georges Rodenbach, Maurice Maeterlinck, Will Stone, Paul Celan, John Reibetanz, Paul Stubbs, Paola Volpato, Jordan B. Peterson.
1, 14 Ben Meyerson
1, 12 Michael Lee Rattigan
2-9 Jeremy Clarke
2, 14 Gordon Meade
9 Iain Britton
10 Bethany W. Pope
12-13 Dick Jones
13 Ruth Roach Pierson
15-16 Ágnes Cserháti
15 Matthew Francis
15, 22 Steven Mayoff
16 Anthea Simmons
3-9 Erin Soros
Still Water, BC
11-12 Georges Rodenbach’s prose piece ‘The Graves’ and Maurice Maeterlinck’s poem ‘Night Soul’ translated by Will Stone
15 Paul Celan’s poems ‘Song’ and ‘Strung’ translated by John Reibetan
18-22 ‘The Anti-Author and the Death of Personality’, an essay about Arthur Rimbaud by Paul Stubbs
17 Bethany W. Pope on Will Stone’s translation of Poems – Emile Verhaeren (Arc, 2014)
31-32 Ágnes Cserháti on A Ragged Pen: Essays on Poetry & Memory (Gaspereau Press, 2006)
2, 6, 30 Paola Volpato
23-29 Ágnes Cserháti in conversation with Jordan B. Peterson about his artwork, ‘The Meaning of Music’
‘epignosis’ is a Greek adjective meaning ‘perceptive’ and ‘insightful’ having to do with a personal orspiritual knowledge, ‘in-knowledge’, rather than merely rational or instructional knowledge. This is the kind of writing and art that is of interest to EQ. Submissions of poetry, short fiction, creative non-fiction, translations, essays,interviews, reviews,artwork and photography are welcome.
If you would like to submit, please limit to 3 poems and/or 1 each of any other kind of writing or artwork and photography, or if you have any ideas you’d like to discuss, please feel free to contact the editor: epignosisquarterly(at)gmail(dot)com.
Editor: Ágnes Cserháti
Assistant Editors: Bethany W. Pope, Caroline Li
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