Louise Glück, the 2020 Nobel laureate in Literature, is the author of twelve books of poetry—most recently the collections Faithful and Virtuous Night (FSG, 2014), winner of the National Book Award, and Poems 1962–2012 (FSG, 2012), winner of the Los Angeles Times Book Prize—and two essay collections, the latest of which is American Originality (FSG, 2017). She has also received the Pulitzer Prize, the Bollingen Prize, the National Book Critics Circle Award, and many other honors. She served as Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry to the Library of Congress from 2003 to 2004. She is writer in residence at Yale University and lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts. (updated 10/2020)
Glück’s Pulitzer-winning collection Vita Nova (FSG, 2009) was reviewed in AGNI 50 by Valerie Duff.