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Author: Sándor Halmosi

Sándor Halmosi, Hungarian poet, literary translator, publisher, and mathematician, was born in Szatmárnémeti (Satu Mare, Romania) in 1971. He lived in Germany for 16 years, but currently lives in Budapest, Hungary. Besides all his literary activities, he gives presentations on tradition, poetry, language, and symbols, with a view to promoting poetry and cultural dialogue, as well as the intersection of literature and fine art. Halmosi is member of several writers' associations, including the Hungarian PEN Club. He is founder of the Literary and Art Association Echivox (Stuttgart), creator and founder of the Csontváry Memorial Hall and Atelier Cultural Association (Budapest) and is a full member of the European Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters EASAL (Paris). He has organized workshops and salons. As of 2008, he has been a participant of the Romanian-Hungarian poets gathering `The Spring of Poetry' and has been connected to a global network of poets, often arranging for their work to be translated into Hungarian. In 2016, he started making cloisonné enamel artworks. His poems have been translated into ten languages.

The Dual Nature of Silence (A Csend Kettös Természete)
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The Dual Nature of Silence (A Csend Kettös Természete)

Cross-Cultural Communications

This collection is Sándor Halmori’s first bilingual (Hungarian-English) edition published in America. It is translated into English from the Hungarian by Elizabeth Csicsery-Ronay, co-published by the New Feral Press & Cross-Cultural Communications (...

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The Dual Nature of Silence (A Csend Kettös Természete)
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The Dual Nature of Silence (A Csend Kettös Természete)

Cross-Cultural Communications

This collection is Sándor Halmori’s first bilingual (Hungarian-English) edition published in America. It is translated into English from the Hungarian by Elizabeth Csicsery-Ronay, co-published by the New Feral Press & Cross-Cultural Communications (...

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