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Thomas Cooper (USA)

Thomas Cooper was born in 1971 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. After completing his doctorate in comparative literature at Indiana University he taught for two years at the University of North Carolina before accepting positions as research fellow at Columbia University and the University of Vienna. He currently lives in Budapest and teaches at the Károly Eszterházy College in Eger. He has translated poetry and prose by numerous Hungarian authors, including Zsuzsa Rakovszky, Endre Kukorelly, Zsófia Balla, László Garaczi, László Márton, Lajos Parti Nagy, Zsuzsa Takács, Tibor Zalán, and Pál Zavada.