Lazarus Trubman

Lazarus Trubman is a college professor, who immigrated to the United States in 1990 from a small town in the ancient land of Transylvania, after spending three years in a Soviet labour camp in Northern Russia. In 2017, after teaching languages and Theory of Literature for twenty-one years, he retired and settled in North Carolina to devote the rest of my time to writing. Several of his personal essays and memoirs appeared recently in BoomerLitMag, Spadina Literary Review, Adelaide magazine, and others. He is a Finalist of the Adelaide Literary Award Contest for the Best Essay 2018.