Adam Puslojić (b. 1943) is a Serbian poet and translator, born in Cobişniţa village, near the border region with Romania. He studied Philology at the Belgrad University and made his debut with a volume of poetry, Postoji Zemlja, in 1967. He soon becomes one of the best translators of Romanian contemporary writers. The list of translated authors is impressive: Marin Sorescu, Nichita Stănescu, Petre Stoica, Geo Bogza, Adrian Păunescu, Mircea Dinescu and many others. His own poems have been translated into more than 20 languages, the Romanian versions being signed by Nichita Stănescu and Ioan Flora. In 1995, he becomes honorary member of the Romanian Academy and of the Romanian Academy of Science, Literature and Arts in Oradea. In Serbia, Puslojić is a laureate of The Contribution to the National Culture Prize and Ivo Andrić Prize (2014). He currently lives and works in Belgrad and in the country side, in Valea Timocului region. Books published into Romanian: Plâng, nu plâng (1991), Adaos (1999), Versuri din mers (2003), Trimitor la vise, (2005), Tăcere lustruită (2006), Asimetria durerii (2009), Exaltare din abis, Inscripţii abrupte, Culmea (2016).