Agi Mishol is an established Israeli poet and creative writing teacher. She was born in Transylvania in 1946 to Hungarian Holocaust survivors who came to Israel in 1950. She holds a master’s degree from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and has taught creative writing at Tel Aviv University and the Hebrew University. Mishol has published 16 volumes of poetry, including two retrospective collections of her work published in 2003 and in 2015. Some of her poems have been set to music and others translated into many languages, including Look There (in English, by Graywolf Press), Journal du verger (in French, by Carateres), Ropa Tendida (in Spanish, by Poesía Mayor in Argentina), and Sheherezada (in Romanian, by Institutul Cultural Roman). Mishol has received the Prime Minister’s Award, the Yehuda Amichau Prize and many awards. This year, she was nominated by Tel Aviv University as Doctor Philosophia Honoris Causa and received the Lerici-Pea prize in Italy. Mishol is currently the director of the “Helicon” school of poetry in Tel Aviv. She lives in an agricultural community.
艾棘•米索，以色列著名詩人，創意寫作教師。1946年出生於外西凡尼亞，父母是奧斯維辛集中營的生還者，1950年跟隨父母遷往以色列。米索出版了十六本詩集，其中兩本是回顧集，分別出版於2003和2015年。她的詩曾被改編成音樂，並翻譯成多國語言出版，包括 《Look There》（英文；Graywolf Press出版）、《Journal du verger》（法文；Carateres出版）、《Ropa Tendida》（西班牙文；阿根廷Poesía Mayor出版）以及《Sheherezada》（羅馬尼亞文；Institutul Cultural Roman出版）等。米索曾獲得總理獎及阿米亥詩歌獎等多個獎項。2015年，米索被提名為特拉維夫大學榮譽教授，獲取意大利勒里奇皮亞詩歌獎。米索居住在特拉維夫的一個農莊。她在耶路撒冷希伯萊大學取得碩士學位，後於特拉維夫大學和耶路撒冷希伯萊大學教創意寫作，目前擔任特拉維夫「赫利孔」詩歌學校校長。