Ádám T. Bogár
Born: December 29 1984 in Budapest, Hungary
Resides: Folkestone, United Kingdom
E-mail: adam (dot) bogar (at) gmail (dot) com
Ádám T. Bogár holds an MA English Language & Literature degree (2012), he has been a member of the Kurt Vonnegut Society (blogs.cofc.edu/vonnegut) since 2009, and he is the co-founder of TEXTOR Languages (textorlanguages.wordpress.com). He has been working as an independent scholar and translator since 2005; his recent notable publication credits include co-editing the essay collection The Arts of Attention (Éditions L’Harmattan, 2016) and publishing a range of critical articles, literary translations, and poetry (primarily haiku). He maintains his portfolio at step into a world .
Awards and Other Honors: Winner of Thirty West Publishing's National Poetry Month 2018 Found Poetry Competition (2016)
The Feynman Lectures in Haiku - Cyberwit, 2019 (40 found haiku)The Arts of Attention - L’Harmattan Press – Éditions L’Harmattan, 2016 (co-editor, with Katalin G. Kallay, Matyas Banhegyi, Geza Kallay, Judit Nagy, and Balazs Szigeti); The Quote - The Drawer Project & Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library Budapest Chapter, 2016 (editor)
"the shadow" – Frogpond vol. 42, No. 2, 2019; “watch hand” - weird laburnum, May 6, 2019; “winter breeze” – A Hundred Gourds Vol. 3, No. 3, 2014; “on the beaches of Brussels” – The Asahi Shimbun (Asahi Haikuist Network), June 7, 2019; “by maimed B u_d ha” - Contemporary Haibun Online Vol. 8, No. 1, 2012 (as part of my haibun; “the same” – The Feynman Lectures in Haiku Cyberwit, 2019.