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Slavonic Dances: Mrs Makarowski – The Kilt – The Carrying Stream Paperback – 17 Feb 2017
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About the Author
Tom Hubbard is a novelist, poet and former itinerant academic whose second novel, The Lucky Charm of Major Bessop’, appeared from Grace Note Publications in 2014; readers are still working out the teasing clues in this ‘grotesque mystery of Fife’. Tom was the first Librarian of the Scottish Poetry Library and went on to become a visiting university professor in France, Hungary and the USA. From 2000 to 2005 he edited the online Bibliography of Scottish Literature in Translation (BOSLIT); for this he conducted research in many mainland European countries. Between 2013 and 2016 he edited volumes of essays on Baudelaire, Flaubert and Henry James for Grey House of New York, and a three-volume annotated selection of the writings of Andrew Lang for Taylor & Francis. He is currently preparing a third book-length collection of his poems, The Flechitorium', which draws on Fife folklore and tradition, as well as a pamphlet (for Tapsalteerie Press) of Scots versions of the work of the Hungarian poet Gyòzò. Ferencz, as well as other translations of Hungarian poetry commissioned by Dr Zsuzsanna Varga of Glasgow University. In November 2015 he was elected an Honorary Member of the Széchenyi Academy of Letters and Arts, Budapest.
He lives in his native Kirkcaldy which has never quite succeeded in getting rid of him.
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