Ron A. Kalman


Brookline, MA 02445

Author's Bio

Ron A. Kalman was born in Israel to parents who fled Budapest during the Hungarian Uprising of 1956. He spent much of his early childhood moving about (from Haifa to Paris to Boulder) before settling in the Boston area. His poems, along with his translations of the famous Hungarian poet Attila József, have appeared in The Exquisite Corpse Annual, Boston Literary Magazine, Ibbetson Street, The Somerville Times, and numerous other publications. His poetry has been translated, published in more than a half-dozen countries and been included in an anthology of world poets. His chapbook, Appearance of the Sun, is available from Main Street Rag Publishing.


Publications & Prizes

Appearance of the Sun (Main Street Rag Publishing Company, 2021)
Beacon Street Review
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Exquisite Corpse
Ibbetson Street
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Muddy River Poetry Review

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Newton, MA
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Last update: Dec 31, 2021