Louise Glück: American Poet and Nobel Laureate

From a Wall Street Journal obit by Suryatapa Bhattacharya headlined “Louise Glück, American Poet and Nobel Laureate, Dies at 80”:

American poet Louise Glück, who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature, has died.

Glück’s death was confirmed by Eliza Fischer, her agent for public speaking events. “She was a remarkable poet, writer, teacher, mother, client, and friend,” said Fischer.

Born in New York City, Glück made her debut in 1968 with “Firstborn” and soon established herself as a prominent contemporary poet. She found a broader audience with collections such as 1985’s “The Triumph of Achilles” and 1990’s “Ararat.”