- Agi Mishol
Agi Mishol left her native Hungary as a young child and relocated to Israel.
She is the author of twelve books of poetry and the winner of every major Israeli poetry prize, including the Yehuda Amichai Prize in 2002, when it was first awarded.
She lives on a farm in Gedera, Israel.
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