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Paul Sohar

Paul Sohar came as a teenage refugee from Hungary to the United States, where he studied philosophy and worked in a chemistry lab. His work has appeared in publications such as Chelsea, The Kenyon Review, and Rattle, and in Homing Poems, a collection of his poetry (Iniquity Press, 2005). He was also the editor of True Tales of a Ficticious Spy: An Hungarian Gulag Grotequerie (SynergEbooks, 2006). (updated 6/2010)

AGNI has published the following translations by Paul Sohar:

A Belly Dancer’s Death by György Faludy
You Went to Sicily by György Faludy

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