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Lucie Brock-Broido
Portrait of Lucie Brock-Broido

Lucie Brock-Broido (1956–2018), a longtime contributing editor of AGNI, published four collections of poetry, all with Knopf: Stay, Illusion (2013), Trouble in Mind (2005), The Master Letters (1997), and _A Hunger _(1988). Winner of a Guggenheim Fellowship, two NEA Fellowships, and the Witter-Bynner Prize from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, she taught in the MFA program at Columbia University until her death on March 6, 2018.

Brock-Broido’s book The Master Letters was reviewed in AGNI 43 by Larissa Szporluk.

Our founder delivered this eulogy at Story Chapel in Mt. Auburn Cemetery.

AGNI has published the following work:

Poetry
Drafts of “Did Not Come Back”
AGNI 43 Print Only
Poetry
His Apprentice
AGNI 39 Print Only
Poetry
You Can’t Always Get What You Want
AGNI 39 Print Only
Poetry
Everybody Has a Heart, Except Some People
AGNI 39 Print Only
Poetry
A Brief History of Asylum
AGNI 38 Print Only
Poetry
I Dont Know Who It Is, That Sings, Nor Did I, Would I Tell
AGNI 38 Print Only
Poetry
The Interrupted Life
AGNI 38 Print Only
Poetry
And So Long, I’ve Had You Flame
AGNI 27 Print Only
Poetry
Kid Flash
AGNI 27 Print Only
Poetry
Noctilucent
AGNI 24 and 25 Print Only
Poetry
Put Your Little Shoes Away
AGNI 24 and 25 Print Only
Poetry
A Little Piece of Everlasting Life
AGNI 24 and 25 Print Only
Poetry
Constellation of the Birds
AGNI 24 and 25 Print Only
Poetry
I Think Deeply of Ruin
AGNI 24 and 25 Print Only
Poetry
Autobiography
AGNI 24 and 25 Print Only
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