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Kelli Boyles
Portrait of Kelli Boyles

Kelli Boyles is a poet and a translator of French and ancient Greek literary texts. She is the recipient of a Mellon Fellowship for graduate study in the humanities, the Columbia University Humphrey Award in Creative Writing, and the Academy of American Poets’s Charles Wood and Fanny Fay Poetry Prize. In 2009 she was selected by Maxine Kumin for the National Poetry Prize of the Massachusetts Cultural Center at Cape Cod and shortlisted for the Ann Stanford, Bridport, and Fineline Awards. Her recent work appears or is forthcoming in the Bridport AnthologyeXchanges, and Mid-American Review, where two of her prose poems appear as Editors’ Choice selections in the new spring issue. (updated 4/2010)

AGNI has published the following translations:

Poetry
Fr. 521 PMG [Being Human . . .]
By Simonides
Translated from the ancient Greek by Kelli Boyles
AGNI 71 Print Only
Poetry
Fr. 2 FGE [Epitaph for Those Fallen at Euripus]
By Simonides
Translated from the ancient Greek by Kelli Boyles
AGNI 71 Print Only
Poetry
Fr. 9 FGE [Epitaph for Those Fallen with Leonidas]
By Simonides
Translated from the ancient Greek by Kelli Boyles
AGNI 71 Print Only
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