PUNCH is a book of experimental poetry by author Radoslav Rochallyi. These are poems based on mathematics, especially on mathematical equations. Both the texts and the equations are based on the author’s need to divide the text into a semantically and formally clear form. This work does not belong to concrete, pattern, graphic, code, FIB, cadae or visual poetry. It is a clear alternative approach in postmodern creation.
Radoslav Rochallyi (1980, Bardejov) is a philosopher, writer and poet. The author finished his studies in Philosophy at the Faculty of Arts of the University of Presov (1999–2005) and completed postgraduate PhD. He is a member of Mensa and member of The Royal Society of Literature in UK.
Rochallyi is the author of eleven books. Poetry: Panoptikum: Haikai no renga (2004), Yehidah (2014), Golden Divine (2015), Blood (2015), Torwalden (2016), Mechanics of everyday life (2018), Arété (2018), DNA (2019). Prose: A Letter for a son (2017), Mythra Invictus (2019), ESSE (2020). He writes in Slovak, English and German.