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Charles Simic
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Charles Simic is professor emeritus of English at the University of New Hampshire. His recent books are That Little Something (poems), Renegade (essays), and The Monster Loves His Labyrinth (selections from notebooks). A MacArthur Fellow and winner of the Pulitzer Prize, he served as poet laureate of the United States from 2007 to 2008. (updated 4/2010)

AGNI has published the following work:

Poetry
The Soul Has May Brides
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Poetry
Barber College Haircut
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Poetry
Beauty Parlor
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Poetry
House of Horrors
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Poetry
The Headline
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Poetry
Men Falling Out of the Sky
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Poetry
Past the Cemetery
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Poetry
Solitude in Hotels
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Poetry
Grandpa’s Spells
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Poetry
In the Egyptian Wing of the Museum
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Poetry
The Medium
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Poetry
The Story of Crucifixion
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AGNI has published the following translations:

Poetry
Simple Desire
By Aleksander Ristović
Translated from the Serbian by Charles Simic
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Poetry
Wine of Collusion
By Aleksander Ristović
Translated from the Serbian by Charles Simic
AGNI 40 Print Only
Poetry
About Hope and Dissipation
By Aleksander Ristović
Translated from the Serbian by Charles Simic
AGNI 40 Print Only
Essays
The Building with a Crown
By Vladimir Pistalo
Translated from the Serbian by Charles Simic
AGNI 39 Print Only
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