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Tony Hoagland

Tony Hoagland (author page at Amazon) is an American poet. His most recent collection of poems, What Narcissism Means To Me, is from Graywolf Press. His next book, Unincorporated Persons In The Late Honda Dynasty, will be published in January 2010. He’s received many awards for writing, including the Jackson Poetry Prize, the OB Hardisson Award, the Mark Twain Award, and a Guggenheim Fellowship. He teaches in the writing program at the University of Houston and in the Warren Wilson low residency program. In 2005 his book of essays about poetry and craft, called Real Sofistakashun, was published by Graywolf. (updated 7/2009)

AGNI has published the following work by Tony Hoagland:

The Change
Fiddler’s Convention
Fiddler’s Convention
Heather and the Hair Color of Hope
Just Spring

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