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Alexander Boldizar was the first Slovak citizen to graduate with a J.D. from Harvard Law School. Since then, he has been an art gallery director in Indonesia, an attorney in California and Prague, a pseudo-geisha in Japan, a hermit in Tennessee, a paleontologist in the Sahara, a porter in the High Arctic, a police-abuse watchdog in New York City, and an editor of the first pan-Asian art magazine. His writing has won the PEN / Nob Hill prize, represented Bread Loaf as a nominee for Best New American Voices, and been shortlisted for a variety of other awards. It appears in Transition Magazine, Fiction International, Literary Imagination, Phantasmagoria, Harper's Bazaar, The Globe and Mail, Shambhala Sun, Liberty Magazine, C-Arts Magazine, Harvard Law Record, McGill Red Herring, European Journal of International Law, Golden Gate Law Review, and elsewhere (for a total of about sixty published stories and articles).
Languages:  English (5), Slovak (4), French (4), Czech (3), Indonesian (3), Japanese (2), Spanish (1), German (1), where 1 is a stumbling conversation and 5 is poetry and contracts.


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