Sándor Halmosi (1971),
Hungarian poet, literary
publisher and mathematician,
was born and
school in Szatmárné -
meti (Satu Mare, Romania).
He lived in
Germany for 16 years
and graduated from the
University of Stuttgart.
Since 2006 he has been
living in Budapest, Hungary.
Besides all his literary activities he gives presentations
on tradition, poetry, language, and
symbols. He attaches importance to promoting
poetry and cultural dialogue, as well as the interconnection
of literature and fine arts. In 2016 he
started making cloisonné enamel artworks.
Halmosi is the founder of many literary and cultural
associations, organizer of workshops and salons,
member of the Hungarian PEN Club (Budapest)
and of the European Academy of Sciences, Arts and
Letters (EASAL, Paris).
He has been closely connected
to a global network of poets and writer associations.
He published a literary manifesto in
February 2020, with the title Ora et labora. Cryingout
for Pure Literature. This is an attempt to shine a
light on the spiritual crisis of the world, through an
authentic poetic stance and the responsibility of
the literates – independent of their respective
countries, linguistic and social characteristics.
Showing off with the Demons, 2001
You were a Sun Girl, 2002
Laurel Grove, 2003
Which is Solomon’s, 2004
On the Southern Slopes of Annapurna, 2006
The Passion of Lao-Tse, 2018
– Apocryphal trilogy: –
- Halmosi Sándor
- Kiadás éve:
- keménytábla, védőborító