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