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Shuri Kido
Portrait of Shuri Kido
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Shuri Kido, sometimes referred to as the “far north poet,” is considered one of the most influential contemporary Japanese poets. Among his more than a dozen published books are poetry collections, essays on literature and Buddhism, and translations of Ezra Pound and T. S. Eliot. Kido’s own work is infused with his extensive knowledge of Japanese culture. (updated 10/2021)

AGNI has published the following work:

Kozukata (The Road Never to Be Taken)
by Shuri Kido
Translated from the Japanese by Tomoyuki Endo and Forrest Gander
AGNI 94 Print Only
The Inertia of Anxiety
by Shuri Kido
Translated from the Japanese by Forrest Gander and Tomoyuki Endo
Online 2021 Mental Health Nature Loss
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