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Inside MAKE #16, “ARCHIVE,” you will find stories, poems, essays, conversations and visual art oriented around concepts of memory, preservation, photo negatives and negative hands, disappearing/reappearing faces, letters sent and never received, lost and recovered traces; in short, the archive (or its simulacrum). One is reminded of Jacques Derrida’s “Archive Fever”: “The concept of the archive shelters in itself, of course, this memory of the name arkhe [rule, government, beginning, origin, first place]. But it also shelters itself from this memory which it shelters: which comes down to saying also that it forgets it.”

Archives are assembled to remember a first place, an origin site that houses historical codes and modes of order, but they are also, weirdly, selective mechanisms of inclusion and exclusion that strategically forget, reassemble or reorder the objects of memory. An archive remembers inasmuch as it forgets, stores away (for later), blurs, and obscures. The archive you will encounter in these pages is one that plays with these notions, and we hope you will enjoy it.

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Taken from Luis Felipe Fabre’s Lost Poems/Found Poems: For a Magazine of Ghost Poems, the line on the cover suggests that the “value of what’s forgotten” resides in the fresh opportunity which the lost object or forgotten scene provides for the archiving impulses of memory. What is forgotten or misplaced renews memory, gives it impetus to re-write the unwritten book and refill the emptied slot and the vacant space. On the cover, you’ll find Claudia Peña Salinas’ photographs, which signify exactly that: the yearned-for object suddenly re-contextualized as a multiplied, archival re-memory.

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Contributors include:

Fiction Cecca Ochoa
Sooze Lanier
James Tadd Adcox
 

Poetry

 

Julie Carr

Lauren Haldeman
Edwin Torres
Blunt Research Group
Stephanie Anderson
Marc Rahe
Matthew Reed Corey
 

Intercambio Prose

 

Alejandro Zambra

Translated from the Spanish by Edith Grossman
 

Luis Felipe Fabre

Translated from the Spanish by Daniel Borzutzky and Jose-Luis Moctezuma
 

Lina Meruane

Translated from the Spanish by Kolin Jordan
 

Gabriela Jauregui

Translated from the Spanish by Carolina Casanueva
 

Mario Bellatin

Translated from the Spanish by David Shook
 

Intercambio Poetry

 

Cecilia Vicuña

Translated from the Spanish by Rosa Alcalá and Anne Twitty
 

 

Mercedes Roffé
Translated from the Spanish by Anna Deeny Morales
 

Oliverio Girondo

Translated from the Spanish by Harris Feinsod and Rachel Galvin
 

Galo Ghigliotto

Translated from the Spanish by Daniel Borzutzky
 

 

Interviews/ Ephemera Jennifer Scappettone and Nathanaël
 

Juan A. Gaitán and Armando Salas

Translated from the Spanish by Jose-Luis Moctezuma and Brenda Lozano
 

Eileen Mueller

 

 

Reviews Caleb Caldwell
Ayten Tartici
Marcus Creaghan
K. Rose Miller
 

 

Art Portfolio Claudia Peña Salinas
Jovencio de la Paz

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MAKE Magazine Publisher MAKE Literary Productions   Managing Editor Chamandeep Bains   Fiction Editor Kamilah Foreman   Nonfiction Editor Jessica Anne   Poetry Editor Joel Craig   Intercambio Poetry Editor Daniel Borzutzky   Intercambio Prose Editor Brenda Lozano   Latin American Art Portfolio Editor Alejandro Almanza Pereda   Reviews Editor Mark Molloy   Art Portfolio Editor Sarah Kramer   Creative Director Joshua Hauth, Hauthwares   Web Design Johnathan Crawford   Proofreader/Copy Editor Sarah Kramer   Associate Fiction Editors LC Fiore Kerstin Schaars   Contributing Editors Kyle Beachy Steffi Drewes Kathleen Rooney   LIT & LUZ FESTIVAL, 2016-17   Managing Director: Nuria Sheehan Co-directors: Sarah Dodson and Brenda Lozano Associate Artistic Directors: Daniel Borzutzky, Joel Craig, and Ireri Rivas Media Director: Jennifer Patiño Cervantes Production and Logistics: Stephanie Manriquez   Sound and Vision: Charly Garcia _________________________ MAKE Literary Productions, NFP Co-directors, Sarah Dodson and Joel Craig