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Terry Eicher
Portrait of Terry Eicher

Terry Eicher is the author of the chapbook Uses of the Baobab (2015), a long poem that won the Finishing Line Press Open Chapbook Competition. His poetry and prose have appeared in Kenyon ReviewNarrative (first prize in the Story Contest), Southwest Review (winner of the Marr Poetry Prize), SubtropicsThe New York Times Book Review, and other publications. Eicher’s translation of Léopold Senghor’s seminal essay on the poetics of Negritude appears in the latest issue of New England Review. He lives in New Haven, Connecticut. (updated 6/2022)

AGNI has published the following work:

The Illuminations
Online 2014 Dystopia Gender Sexuality
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