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writer , Technical translator

Gregor Louis Hartmann, American technical translator, writer. Achievements include development of "post-atomic" literary genre which uses science and technology for fresh language and developed an original scientific mythology. Member American Translators Association, National Space Society (president San Francisco chapter 1988-1989), Phi Beta Kappa.

Background

Hartmann, Gregor Louis was born on April 8, 1951 in Louisville. Son of Eugene Edward and Gwendolyn Patricia (Heuser) Hartmann.

Education

Bachelor in Journalism, University Kentucky, 1973.

Career

Reporter, Fremont (California) Argus, 1974-1976;English teacher, Kokusai Kanko College, Nagoya, Japan, 1978-1980;president, Rapid eye movement sleep Video, Inc., San Francisco, 1980-1983;word processor, San Francisco, 1983-1989;technical translator, San Francisco, 1989;technical translator, Chicago, 1990;technical translator, Brooklyn, 1990-1992;technical translator, Ridgewood, New Jersey, since 1993.

Achievements

  • Achievements include development of "post-atomic" literary genre which uses science and technology for fresh language and developed an original scientific mythology.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author short stories public in popular magazines.

Membership

Member American Translators Association, National Space Society (president San Francisco chapter 1988-1989), Phi Beta Kappa.

Connections

Married Sally Jean Constable, December 2, 1989.

father:
Eugene Edward Hartmann

mother:
Gwendolyn Patricia (Heuser) Hartmann

spouse:
Sally Jean Constable