Agi Mishol

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<gallery>File:Agi Mishol_by_Iris_Nesher.jpg|Agi Mishol</gallery>Agi Mishol (1946 - ) is one of Israel’s most popular contemporary poets. Her latest volume of poems, "House Call," following on a dozen earlier ones, was published in Israel in summer of 2009; the title poem deals at length with her experience as the daughter of Holocaust survivors. Mishol was born in Transylvania, Romania, to Hungarian-speaking parents and brought to Israel as a very young child. She is the winner of every major Israeli poetry prize, including the first Yehuda Amichai Prize in 2002, and the Dolitsky Prize in 2007. A collection of her work in English, Look There (translated by Lisa Katz, Graywolf Press) was published in 2006; books of her poetry have also been published in France and Romania, and a Hungarian book is forthcoming. Mishol holds BA and MA degrees in Hebrew literature from Hebrew University. She lives on a pomegranate, peach and pecan farm near Gedera, in Kfar Mordechai.

Literary career

Mishol has taught poetry workshops at every major Israeli university and literature at the Alma College in Tel Aviv.

Works

  • Things Happen, Hakibbutz Hameuhad & Mossad Bialik
  • Nanny and Both of Us, Ekked, 1972
  • A Cat's Scratch, Hakibbutz Hameuchad, 1978
  • Gallop, Hakibbutz Hameuchad, 1980
  • Plantation Notes, Keter, 1986
  • Fax Pigeon, Hakibbutz Hameuchad, 1991
  • The Interior Plain, Hakibbutz Hameuchad, 1995
  • See (edited by Nathan Zach),......
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