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Gail Mazur
Portrait of Gail Mazur

Gail Mazur is the author of seven books of poetry, including Forbidden City (University of Chicago Press, 2016) and They Can’t Take That Away from Me, a finalist for the National Book Award. Zeppo’s First Wife: New and Selected Poems (2005) won the Massachusetts Book Award and was a finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book Prize. She is founding director of the Blacksmith House Poetry Series in Cambridge, a center for the poetry community since 1973; serves on the Writing Committee of the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown; and is visiting faculty in the MFA Program in Creative Writing at Boston University. She has twice been a fellow in poetry at the Radcliffe Institute. She lives in Cambridge. (updated 4/2018)

Mazur’s The Common was reviewed in AGNI 42 by Jennifer Clarvoe.

Mazur’s They Can’t Take That Away From Me was reviewed in AGNI 54 by Peter Campion.

AGNI published A Tribute to Gail Mazur in AGNI 78.

AGNI has published the following work:

Poetry
Last Night
AGNI 47 Print Only
Poetry
Josef Albers
AGNI 87 Print Only
Poetry
Five poems: Questions, Questions, Questions, Questions, Questions,
AGNI 43 Print Only
Poetry
Insomnia at Daybreak
AGNI 48 Print Only
Poetry
At First, They
AGNI 61 Print Only
Poetry
American Scene 1935
AGNI 72 Print Only
Poetry
To the Women of My Family (reprinted from the collection Figures in a Landscape)
AGNI 78 Print Only
Poetry
Où Sont les Neiges d’Antan
AGNI 78 Print Only
Poetry
To the Charles River
AGNI 78 Print Only
Poetry
Philip Guston
AGNI 82 Print Only
Essays
On Lowell
AGNI 75 Print Only
Poetry
At Boston Garden, The First Night of War, 1991
Print Only
Poetry
Phonic
AGNI 29 and 30 Print Only
Poetry
Family Plot, October
AGNI 29 and 30 Print Only

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