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martedì 11 maggio 2021

Spariamo ai mandanti di Nunzio Festa (I Quaderni del Bardo Edizioni per Amazon di Stefano Donno)

“Il titolo ha sapore di vendetta. O di giustizia. Di una sentenza pronunciata tra pene e colpe da espiare. Intanto si leggono i versi di Nunzio Festa, “Spariamo ai mandanti” e nel mentre, le parole in canna danzano a ritmi vorticosi. Ritmati.” (dalla prefazione di Alessandra Peluso)


“Un’antologia di versi realistica e visionaria allo stesso tempo, nella quale il poeta con la sua anima intatta racconta, denuncia, illumina la conflittualità dei rapporti umani della nostra civiltà. Nunzio Festa vive non di emozioni ma di sentimenti.” (da una nota di Giovanna Giolla)

“Spariamo ai mandanti” è, già di per sé, titolo che avverte del proposito di raschiare a condanna il mercato dell’involuzione per così rendere all’uomo una salvifica sua impronta solitaria di modo che sappia dissetarsi nella tenerezza che resiste quale aria nutriente al contrattacco dell’inedia. (da una nota di Daìta Martinez)

Nunzio Festa è nato a Matera e vive a Pomarico. Collaboratore giornalistico del Quotidiano del Sud e altri spazi cartacei e telematici – tra i quali Book and other surrows di Francesca Mazzucato; ha collaborato con, fra le altre cose, Liberazione, Il Resto, L’Altra Voce, Mondo Basilicata, Appennino, Focus-in; poeta, narratore e consulente editoriale, già editore e direttore di collane editoriali, editor (fra le altre della casa editrice materana Altrimedia Edizioni.). Per I Quaderni del Bardo ha pubblicato anche “Matera dei margini. Capitale Europea della Cultura 2019” e “Lucania senza santi. Poesia e narrativa dalla Basilicata”, oltre a diversi e-book su Scotellaro, Infantino sulle origini lucane di Lucio Antonio Vivaldi. Ha dato alle stampe per Historica Edizioni “Matera. Vite scavate nella roccia” e “Matera Capitale. Vite scavate nella roccia”; come il saggio pubblicato prima per Malatempora e poi per Terra d’Ulivi “Basilicata. Lucania: terra dei boschi bruciati. Guida critica.”. Più i romanzi brevi, per esempio, “Farina di sole” (Senzapatria) e “Frutta, verdura e anime bollite” (Besa). Tra le altre cose, la poesia per Altrimedia Edizioni del libro “Quello che non vedo” e il saggio breve “Dalla terra di Pomarico alla Rivoluzione. Vita di Niccola Fiorentino”.

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I Quaderni del Bardo Edizioni 
 

Spariamo ai mandanti
 
 
Librerie Giunti al Punto 
 
 

 

La spira di Mauro Ferrari (puntoacapo)

Jüri Talvet Dante terzine from the world

Arte y Ciencia (Arte e Scienza) a cura di Stefano Magnolo e Ana Galán Pérez

Orrore a Helsinki: thriller finlandese di Marialuisa Moro

 

 

Una Helsinki prenatalizia, imbiancata di neve e sfavillante di luminarie, risonante di canti e festeggiamenti per la celebrazione di Santa Lucia, il simbolo della luce.Nella città del Natale comincia l’orrore.L’assassino colpisce dovunque, anche durante la processione.Le sue vittime hanno precise caratteristiche fisiche e vengono uccise sempre con lo stesso osceno e umiliante rituale.Dove condurranno le indagini del commissario Laine e del suo aiutante Kalle?

La distanza da Helsinki di Raffaella Silvestri

 

 

 

Quando si diventa davvero grandi? Quanto coraggio ci vuole per fare il grande passo e uscire dall'adolescenza una volta per tutte? Viola e Kimi hanno sedici anni, e non lo sanno ancora. Lei è italiana, lui finlandese. Lei socievole e intraprendente, lui con gli occhi fissi sul libro che sta leggendo, come se il mondo intorno non ci fosse. Entrambi hanno un segreto che li rende molto diversi dagli altri. Viola ha perso la madre, Kimi è affetto da una indefinibile forma di autismo. Lei non vuole, o meglio, non vorrebbe che quello che le è successo condizionasse la sua vita, lui percepisce la realtà soltanto attraverso le note di un pianoforte. Si incontrano a un corso d'inglese a Londra, e da quel momento, ogni anno, a luglio, si incontreranno attraverso l'Europa, mentre la vita scorre loro accanto. Fino a quando, sedici anni dopo il primo incontro, entrambi riceveranno un invito che li porterà a prendere un'altra decisione, che cambierà per sempre le loro vite. Un romanzo sulla necessità e la voglia di crescere. Un romanzo sulle occasioni che la vita ci offre, e non sempre riusciamo a cogliere, ma anche un richiamo all'autenticità, all'intensità che i protagonisti devono affrontare. E soprattutto, un romanzo sul coraggio e sulle prove che bisogna superare per poter dire di essere veramente vivi.

Helsinki. Con mappa Helsinki. Con mappa di Ulrich Quack, Judith Rixen

 

 

115 highlight da non perdere sono contrassegnati nella guida e nella mappa con un segnaposto numerato. Per una pianificazione ottimale e per avere le informazioni più attuali. Consigli utili a 360 gradi, orari di apertura e prezzi verificati sul posto. Impossibile perdersi: con le numerose piante della città e le coordinate per la mappa allegata al volume.

Twilight of the Gods: War in the Western Pacific, 1944-1945 by Ian W. Toll

 

 

New York Times Bestseller

The final volume of the magisterial Pacific War Trilogy from acclaimed historian Ian W. Toll, “one of the great storytellers of War” (Evan Thomas).

In June 1944, the United States launched a crushing assault on the Japanese navy in the Battle of the Philippine Sea. The capture of the Mariana Islands and the accompanying ruin of Japanese carrier airpower marked a pivotal moment in the Pacific War. No tactical masterstroke or blunder could reverse the increasingly lopsided balance of power between the two combatants. The War in the Pacific had entered its endgame.

Beginning with the Honolulu Conference, when President Franklin Delano Roosevelt met with his Pacific theater commanders to plan the last phase of the campaign against Japan, Twilight of the Gods brings to life the harrowing last year of World War II in the Pacific, when the U.S. Navy won the largest naval battle in history; Douglas MacArthur made good his pledge to return to the Philippines; waves of kamikazes attacked the Allied fleets; the Japanese fought to the last man on one island after another; B-29 bombers burned down Japanese cities; and Hiroshima and Nagasaki were vaporized in atomic blasts.

Ian W. Toll’s narratives of combat in the air, at sea, and on the beaches are as gripping as ever, but he also reconstructs the Japanese and American home fronts and takes the reader into the halls of power in Washington and Tokyo, where the great questions of strategy and diplomacy were decided.

Drawing from a wealth of rich archival sources and new material, Twilight of the Gods casts a penetrating light on the battles, grand strategic decisions and naval logistics that enabled the Allied victory in the Pacific. An authoritative and riveting account of the final phase of the War in the Pacific, Twilight of the Gods brings Toll’s masterful trilogy to a thrilling conclusion. This prize-winning and best-selling trilogy will stand as the first complete history of the Pacific War in more than twenty-five years, and the first multivolume history of the Pacific naval war since Samuel Eliot Morison’s series was published in the 1950s.

32 photographs; 20 maps

 

The Cartel by Don Winslow

 

 

The New York Times bestselling second novel in the explosive Power of the Dog series—an action-filled look at the drug trade that takes you deep inside a world riddled with corruption, betrayal, and bloody revenge.

Book Two of the Power of the Dog Series

It’s 2004. Adán Barrera, kingpin of El Federación, is languishing in a California federal prison. Ex-DEA agent Art Keller passes his days in a monastery, having lost everything to his thirty-year blood feud with the drug lord. Then Barrera escapes. Now, there’s a two-million-dollar bounty on Keller’s head and no one else capable of taking Barrera down. As the carnage of the drug war reaches surreal new heights, the two men are locked in a savage struggle that will stretch from the mountains of Sinaloa to the shores of Veracruz, to the halls of power in Washington, ensnaring countless others in its wake. Internationally bestselling author Don Winslow's The Cartel is the searing, unfiltered epic of the drug war in the twenty-first century.

The Once and Future King by T.H. White

 

 

T. H. White’s masterful retelling of the saga of King Arthur is a fantasy classic as legendary as Excalibur and Camelot, and a poignant story of adventure, romance, and magic that has enchanted readers for generations.
 
Once upon a time, a young boy called “Wart” was tutored by a magician named Merlyn in preparation for a future he couldn’t possibly imagine. A future in which he would ally himself with the greatest knights, love a legendary queen and unite a country dedicated to chivalrous values. A future that would see him crowned and known for all time as Arthur, King of the Britons.
 
During Arthur’s reign, the kingdom of Camelot was founded to cast enlightenment on the Dark Ages, while the knights of the Round Table embarked on many a noble quest. But Merlyn foresaw the treachery that awaited his liege: the forbidden love between Queen Guenever and Lancelot, the wicked plots of Arthur’s half-sister Morgause and the hatred she fostered in Mordred that would bring an end to the king’s dreams for Britain—and to the king himself.

“[The Once and Future King] mingles wisdom, wonderful, laugh-out-loud humor and deep sorrow—while telling one of the great tales of the Western world.”Guy Gavriel Kay

 

The Midnight Library by Matt Haig

 

 

The New York Times bestselling WORLDWIDE phenomenon
 
Winner of the Goodreads Choice Award for Fiction | A Good Morning America Book Club Pick
 
"A feel-good book guaranteed to lift your spirits."—The Washington Post 

The dazzling reader-favorite about the choices that go into a life well lived, from the acclaimed author of How To Stop Time and The Comfort Book.

 

Somewhere out beyond the edge of the universe there is a library that contains an infinite number of books, each one the story of another reality. One tells the story of your life as it is, along with another book for the other life you could have lived if you had made a different choice at any point in your life. While we all wonder how our lives might have been, what if you had the chance to go to the library and see for yourself? Would any of these other lives truly be better?

In The Midnight Library, Matt Haig's enchanting blockbuster novel, Nora Seed finds herself faced with this decision. Faced with the possibility of changing her life for a new one, following a different career, undoing old breakups, realizing her dreams of becoming a glaciologist; she must search within herself as she travels through the Midnight Library to decide what is truly fulfilling in life, and what makes it worth living in the first place.

The Library at Mount Char by Scott Hawkins

 

 

“Wholly original . . . the work of the newest major talent in fantasy.”—The Wall Street Journal

Freakishly compelling . . . through heart-thumping acts of violence and laugh-out-loud moments, this book practically dares you to keep reading.—Atlanta Magazine

A missing God.
A library with the secrets to the universe.
A woman too busy to notice her heart slipping away.

Carolyn's not so different from the other people around her. She likes guacamole and cigarettes and steak. She knows how to use a phone. Clothes are a bit tricky, but everyone says nice things about her outfit with the Christmas sweater over the gold bicycle shorts.

After all, she was a normal American herself once.

That was a long time ago, of course. Before her parents died. Before she and the others were taken in by the man they called Father.

In the years since then, Carolyn hasn't had a chance to get out much. Instead, she and her adopted siblings have been raised according to Father's ancient customs. They've studied the books in his Library and learned some of the secrets of his power. And sometimes, they've wondered if their cruel tutor might secretly be God.

Now, Father is missing—perhaps even dead—and the Library that holds his secrets stands unguarded. And with it, control over all of creation.

As Carolyn gathers the tools she needs for the battle to come, fierce competitors for this prize align against her, all of them with powers that far exceed her own.

But Carolyn has accounted for this.

And Carolyn has a plan.

The only trouble is that in the war to make a new God, she's forgotten to protect the things that make her human.

Populated by an unforgettable cast of characters and propelled by a plot that will shock you again and again, The Library at Mount Char is at once horrifying and hilarious, mind-blowingly alien and heartbreakingly human, sweepingly visionary and nail-bitingly thrilling—and signals the arrival of a major new voice in fantasy.

Praise for The Library at Mount Char

An engrossing fantasy world full of supernatural beings and gruesome consequences."Boston Globe

"Vivid . . . the dialogue sings . . . you'll spend equal time shuddering and chortling."—Dallas Morning News"

 

Where the Forest Meets the Stars by Glendy Vanderah

 

 

An Amazon Charts, Wall Street Journal, and Washington Post bestseller, and a Goodreads Choice Award finalist.

In this gorgeously stunning debut, a mysterious child teaches two strangers how to love and trust again.

After the loss of her mother and her own battle with breast cancer, Joanna Teale returns to her graduate research on nesting birds in rural Illinois, determined to prove that her recent hardships have not broken her. She throws herself into her work from dusk to dawn, until her solitary routine is disrupted by the appearance of a mysterious child who shows up at her cabin barefoot and covered in bruises.

The girl calls herself Ursa, and she claims to have been sent from the stars to witness five miracles. With concerns about the child’s home situation, Jo reluctantly agrees to let her stay - just until she learns more about Ursa’s past.

Jo enlists the help of her reclusive neighbor, Gabriel Nash, to solve the mystery of the charming child. But the more time they spend together, the more questions they have. How does a young girl not only read but understand Shakespeare? Why do good things keep happening in her presence? And why aren’t Jo and Gabe checking the missing children’s website anymore?

Though the three have formed an incredible bond, they know difficult choices must be made. As the summer nears an end and Ursa gets closer to her fifth miracle, her dangerous past closes in. When it finally catches up to them, all of their painful secrets will be forced into the open, and their fates will be left to the stars.

 

In Five Years by Rebecca Serle

The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V.E. Schwab

 

 

NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER
USA TODAY BESTSELLER
NATIONAL INDIE BESTSELLER
THE WASHINGTON POST BESTSELLER

Recommended by Entertainment Weekly, Real Simple, NPR, Slate, and Oprah Magazine
#1 Library Reads PickOctober 2020
#1 Indie Next PickOctober 2020
BOOK OF THE YEAR (2020) FINALISTBook of The Month Club

A “Best Of” Book From: Oprah Mag * CNN * Amazon * Amazon Editors * NPR * Goodreads * Bustle * PopSugar * BuzzFeed * Barnes & Noble * Kirkus Reviews * Lambda Literary * Nerdette * The Nerd Daily * Polygon * Library Reads * io9 * Smart Bitches Trashy Books * LiteraryHub * Medium * BookBub * The Mary Sue * Chicago Tribune * NY Daily News * SyFy Wire * Powells.com * Bookish * Book Riot * Library Reads Voter Favorite *

In the vein of The Time Traveler’s Wife and Life After Life, The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue is New York Times bestselling author V. E. Schwab’s genre-defying tour de force.

A Life No One Will Remember. A Story You Will Never Forget.


France, 1714: in a moment of desperation, a young woman makes a Faustian bargain to live forever―and is cursed to be forgotten by everyone she meets.

Thus begins the extraordinary life of Addie LaRue, and a dazzling adventure that will play out across centuries and continents, across history and art, as a young woman learns how far she will go to leave her mark on the world.

But everything changes when, after nearly 300 years, Addie stumbles across a young man in a hidden bookstore and he remembers her name.

The Memory Collectors by Kim Neville

 

 

Perfect for fans of The Scent Keeper and The Keeper of Lost Things, an atmospheric and enchanting debut novel about two women haunted by buried secrets but bound by a shared gift and the power the past holds over our lives.

Ev has a mysterious ability, one that she feels is more a curse than a gift. She can feel the emotions people leave behind on objects and believes that most of them need to be handled extremely carefully, and—if at all possible—destroyed. The harmless ones she sells at Vancouver’s Chinatown Night Market to scrape together a living, but even that fills her with trepidation. Meanwhile, in another part of town, Harriet hoards thousands of these treasures and is starting to make her neighbors sick as the overabundance of heightened emotions start seeping through her apartment walls.

When the two women meet, Harriet knows that Ev is the only person who can help her make something truly spectacular of her collection. A museum of memory that not only feels warm and inviting but can heal the emotional wounds many people unknowingly carry around. They only know of one other person like them, and they fear the dark effects these objects had on him. Together, they help each other to develop and control their gift, so that what happened to him never happens again. But unbeknownst to them, the same darkness is wrapping itself around another, dragging them down a path that already destroyed Ev’s family once, and threatens to annihilate what little she has left.

The Memory Collectors casts the everyday in a new light, speaking volumes to the hold that our past has over us—contained, at times, in seemingly innocuous objects—and uncovering a truth that both women have tried hard to bury with their pasts: not all magpies collect shiny things—sometimes they gather darkness.

Oona Out of Order by Margarita Montimore

 

 

NATIONAL BESTSELLER

A GOOD MORNING AMERICA BOOK CLUB PICK

"With its countless epiphanies and surprises, Oona proves difficult to put down." ―USA Today

"By turns tragic and triumphant, heartbreakingly poignant and joyful, this is ultimately an uplifting and redemptive read." ―The Guardian

A remarkably inventive novel that explores what it means to live a life fully in the moment, even if those moments are out of order.


It’s New Year’s Eve 1982, and Oona Lockhart has her whole life before her. At the stroke of midnight she will turn nineteen, and the year ahead promises to be one of consequence. Should she go to London to study economics, or remain at home in Brooklyn to pursue her passion for music and be with her boyfriend? As the countdown to the New Year begins, Oona faints and awakens thirty-two years in the future in her fifty-one-year-old body. Greeted by a friendly stranger in a beautiful house she’s told is her own, Oona learns that with each passing year she will leap to another age at random. And so begins Oona Out of Order...

Hopping through decades, pop culture fads, and much-needed stock tips, Oona is still a young woman on the inside but ever changing on the outside. Who will she be next year? Philanthropist? Club Kid? World traveler? Wife to a man she’s never met? Surprising, magical, and heart-wrenching, Margarita Montimore has crafted an unforgettable story about the burdens of time, the endurance of love, and the power of family.

lunedì 10 maggio 2021

Blue di Attila F. Balázs (i Quaderni del Bardo Edizioni di Stefano Donno)

Attila F. Balázs è un poeta di origine rumena che vive in Slovacchia e scrive in lingua ungherese: partendo da questa mescolanza di culture appartenenti all’est europeo si può comprendere la varietà di toni e di stili della sua poesia. I luoghi descritti trasmettono al lettore un senso di straniamento, una percezione del tempo che segue un ordine proprio all’interiorità del poeta: “torno a me stesso/il tempo merita interesse/oltre la catarsi/e l’estasi”. Questo probabilmente spiega anche il fatto che alcune poesie, sono la stessa versione modificata solo in alcuni versi, come se il poeta avesse sentito il bisogno di fissare nella parola l’inarrestabile mutare delle cose, dei sentimenti, di noi stessi. (dall’introduzione di Laura Garavaglia)

Attila F. Balázs . Nato a Târgu Mureș, (Transilvania) il 15 gennaio 1954. Ha continuato gli studi presso l'Istituto di teologia cattolica di Alba Iulia. Si è laureato in scienze delle biblioteche e traduzione letteraria a Bucarest. Ha lavorato come bibliotecario presso la Biblioteca della Contea di Harghita a Miercurea Ciuc fino al 1989. Nel 1990, si è trasferito in Slovacchia. Tra il 1990 e il 1992 è stato editore di Szabad Újsag (Bratislava), ha collaborato con Új Szó ed è stato direttore della casa editrice Madách di Bratislava. Nel 1994 ha fondato la AB-ART Publishing (Bratislava), di cui è direttore da allora. È membro dell'Unione degli scrittori ungheresi, dell'Accademia europea delle scienze, delle arti e delle lettere, Parigi, dell'Accademia Eminescu, dell'Unione degli scrittori di Romania, del club ungherese PEN, dell'Associazione degli scrittori della Slovacchia .. È vicepresidente dell'associazione culturale Dellart (Cluj-Napoca), membro onorario dell'Accademia delle scienze, delle arti e delle lettere, Chisinau, Moldavia, autore di più di una dozzina di raccolte di poesie e traduttore di più oltre venti libri di poesia e narrativa, Attila F. Balázs ha ricevuto numerosi premi e riconoscimenti per l e sue varie attività letterarie (Premio Opera Omnia Arghezi (Târgu Jiu, Romania 2014), Premio Dardanica, Bruxelles-Prishtina, Premio Lucian Blaga (Romania , 2011), Premio Lilla (Hévíz, 2011), Premio EASAL, Parigi, 2020, Premio Madách (Slovacchia, 1992), Premio World English Writer's Union, India, 2019, Premio Lukijan Mušicki, Belgrado, Serbia, 2019, Premio internazionale Dardanica , Brussel / Prishtina, 2019.
Il 10 ottobre 2018, il Consiglio di fondazione dell'Accademia mondiale delle arti e della cultura conferisce a F. Attila Baláz il titolo onorario di dottore in lettere. (Rilasciato al XXXVIII Congresso mondiale dei poeti a Suiyang, Cina). Le sue opere sono state tradotte in 20 lingue. Come poeta invitato, partecipa regolarmente a diversi festival letterari in tutto il mondo (Nicaragua, Colombia, Venezuela, Canada, Turchia, Perù, Ecuador, Marocco, Macedonia, Cina, Vietnam, Repubblica Ceca, Slovacchia, Austria, Azerbaigian, Moldavia, Romania, Serbia, Montenegro, Kenya, Spagna, Italia.)


  1. Masks, Poems, Madách Publisher, 1992
  2. The Juice of the Cat. Short Stories, Microgramma, 1992
  3. Naked Knights.  Selected and New Poems, AB ART, 2002
  4. Hungarian Who is Who in Slovakia. 2000
  5. My Cross of Words 50 Years 50 Poems, Lilium, 2004
  6. Portrait Gallery.  Bratislava, AB ART, 2004
  7. Casanova’s Metamorphoses – Premeny Casanovu. Bilingual (Hungarian-Slovakian) Edition Plectrum, 2005
  8. Missa Bestialis.  Poems translated into Romanian by A. Iancu, Limes, Cluj, 2008
  9. Escape from the Ghetto. Literary translations, AB ART , Bratislava, 2008
  10. A Bag of Cherries. Contemporary Romanian Poetry, AB ART , Bratislava, 2009
  11. Poems – Poezii   Bilingual  (Hungarian – Romanian) edition, 2009
  12. Minimal, Poems, AB-ART Bratislava, 2010
  13. Blue, Poems, AB-ART Bratislava, 2011
  14. Metamorfozele lui Casanova, Short Stories translated by Ildiko Foarţă, Grinta, Cluj, 2011
  15. Casanova átváltozásai, Short Stories in hungarian, AB-ART, 2012
  16. Most beautiful poems, in Hungarian, 2012, AB ART, Bratislava
  17. Minimal (poem in Portuguese, translator José Eduardo, 2013, Editora Aty, Porto Alegre, Brazilia
  18. Casanova’s Metamorphoses Short Stories in English, translator Adrian George Sahlean, 2013, Ekstasis Editions, Vancouver, Canada
  19. Cravata lui Villon, poems in romanian trad.  Serban Foarta, Tipo Moldova 2014
  20. Blue / Kék, poems translated in English by Erzsébet Csicsery, Libros Libertad, Canada, 2014
  21. La metamorfosis de Casanova, in spanish translated by Rafael Soler, El Quirófano Ediciones, Ecuador, 2014
  22. Casanova’s Metamorphoses, Short Stories in Serbian, translated by Jolánka Kovács, Sremska Mitrovicá, 2015
  23. Missa Bestialis, Poems translated in English by Lucia Gorea, Libros Libertad, 2015
  24. Istegin Hususiyeti, poems in Turkish translated by Müesser Yeniay, Siirden Yayincilik, Istanbul, 2015
  25. Minimal, poems in Slovakian translated by Jitka Roznova, SZMIT, Dunajska Streda, 2015
  26. Villon nyakendője, poems, ART Danubius, 2015
  27. Kis Odüsszeia, translations from the poetry of the world, 2016
  28. Chair impassible, poems in French translated by S. Pallai, Éditions du Cygne, Paris, 2016
  29. O mie de tentacule si-o franghie, poems in Romanian translated by Mihók Tamás, Paralela 45, 2017
  30. Pritja e përjetshme, poems in Albanian, translated by Baki Ímeri, 2017
  31. Avqustda qar, poems in Azerbaijani translated by Mehmet Ismail. Edebiyyat, Baku, 2019
  32. ЛОВ НА ЛЕПОТУ, poems in Serbian translated by Jolánka Kovács, Алма, Belgrad, 2019
  33. XÁC THỊT VÔ CẢM, poems in Vietnamese translated by Văn Minh Thiều, Nhà xuất bản Cygne, Hanoi, 2019
  34. La metamorfosis de Casanova, Short Stories in Spanish, translated by Rafael Soler, Libros del Genio Maligno, Granada, Spain, 2020
  35. Blue, poems translated in Italian by Laura Garavaglia, Quaderni del Bardo edizioni, 2020
  36.  BLUE / ZAMAWATI, poems translated by:Ezra Nyakundi Mose, Christopher Okemwa, Kistrech Theatre International, 2020
  37. CORPO INDIFERENTE / KÖZÖMBÖS HÚS, translated by Cinzia Demi, foreword Tomaso Kemény, puntoacapo Editrice, 2020



Le sue opere di traduzione letteraria:

Contemporary Romanian Poems, 2007
Mircea Petean: Anna Poems, 2008
Varujan Vosganian: Blue Shaman, poems, 2009
Gabriel Chifu: Boardgame, poems, 2009
Angela Baciu:Poezii / Poems, 2009
Vasile Dan: Liquid Mirror, poems, 2010
Lucian Blaga: Poems, Nemzeti Tankönyvkiadó Budapest, 2011.
Ioan Es Pop, Nem mertem kiáltani soha, poems, AB-ART, 2012.
Robert Serban, Illatos koporsó, poems, l’Harmattan, Budapest. 2012.
Carolina Ilica, Valamivel több, poems, AB-ART, 2012.
Rade Siljan, Évszázadok, poems, AB-ART, 2012.
Rafael Soler, Visszaút / Maneras de volver, poems, (bilingv) AB-ART, 2013.
José Eduardo Degrazia, A szerelem geometriája, poems, AB-ART, 2013.
Turczi István, Strainul, poems, Europa, Craiova, 2014.
Új Dánia, Moldáv költők antológiája, poems Parnasszus, Budapest, 2014
Augusto Rodriguez, Örültek csókja, poems, AB-ART, 2014
Nedeljko Terzic, Robaj és csend, poems, AB-ART, 2015
Metin Cengiz, Fekete és fehér, poems, AB-ART, 2015
Müesser Yeniay, A rózsaszedés szertartása, poems, AB-ART, 2015
Nicolae Spataru: Álmatlanság Európáért, poems, AB-ART, 2015
Tudor Arghezi: Poezii versek , volum bilingv, Tg-Jiu, 2016
Pedro Enríquez Késélen, Poems, AB ART, Budapest, 2019
Mamed Ismail Száműzetésben, Poems, AB ART, Budapest, 2019
Jeton Kelmendi Keserű kávé, Poems, AB ART, Budapesta, 2019
Cinzia Demi: Magdolna voltam, Poems, AB ART, Budapesta, 2019
Lulzim Tafa: Szokatlan ima, Poems, AB ART, Budapesta, 2019
Dmitri Csisztiak: Tenger a kőben, poems, Parnasszus, Budapest,2019
A négyarcú Bajon torony, poetry of the Vietnam War, AB ART, 2020
Bill Wolak Nem szeretni veszélyes, poems, AB ART, 2020
Cristopher Okemwa Tisztítótűz, poems, AB ART, 2020

Premi nazionali e internazionali:

1987 Prize of the Poetry Festival National Ballads of Danube, Ed. IX, Galati
1994 Madách Prize, Slovakia
2009 Prize of the International Festival of Poetry in Sighetu Marmaţiei
2010 Poesis Prize, Satu Mare
2010 Honorary Citizen of Nandaime, Nicaragua
2010 Prize  for Translation, Union of Romanian writers, Arad
2011 Grand Prix Lucian Blaga, Cluj Napoca
2011 Lilla Award, Hévíz, Hungary
2012 Award of the International Poetry Festival in Vancouver
2012 Academy Award Mihai Eminescu for translation
2013 the prize of excellence of the Antares festival in Galati
2013 Prize of the Poetry Festival in Chisinau
2014 Ex Libris Award, Hungary
2014 Omnia Opera Award Tudor Arghezi
2014 Honorary Citizen of Targu Carbunesti
2014 The big prize of the Spring of Poets' Festival in Chisinau
2015 Literary Prize MISAONIK, Sremska Mitrovica
2015 Citizen of honor Sirmium, Sremska Mitrovica
2016 Award of the International Poetry Festival Istambul
2016 Tudor Arghezi translation award
2018 Honorary Degree of Doctor of Literature, Suiyang, China
2019 World English Writer’s Union award, India
2019 Lukijan Mušicki Award, Belgrad, Serbia
2019 International prize Dardanica, Brussel / Prishtina
2020 Award of the Serbian Academy Sciences and Arts

Antologie

1978 : Kimaradt Szó, Kriterion, Bucharest.
1980 : Ötödik Évszak, Târgu Mureș.
1999 : Vámbéry Antológia, Lilium Aurum, Dunajská Streda.
2006 : Vámbéry Antológia, Lilium Aurum, Dunajská Streda.
2006 : Szlovákiai magyar szép versek, SZMIT, Dunajská Streda.
2007 : Szlovákiai magyar szép irodalom, SZMIT, Dunajská Streda.
2008 : Tahle ctvrt je nase, Mezera, Praga /AB-ART, Bratislava.
2008 : Szlovákiai magyar szép irodalom, SZMIT, Dunajská Streda.
2009 : Pesniki čakajoči na angela, Apokalips, Ljubljana.
2009 : Vámbéry Antológia, Lilium Aurum, Dunajská Streda.
2010 : Vámbéry Antológia, Lilium Aurum, Dunajská Streda.
2010 : Festival Internacional de Poesia, Granada, Nicaragua.
2011 : Szlovákiai magyar szép irodalom, SZMIT, Dunajská Streda.
2011 : Meridian Blaga, Asociatia Blaga, Cluj-Napoca.
2011 : Struga, home of poetry, Struga.
2011 : Vámbéry Antológia, Lilium Aurum, Dunajská Streda.
2012 : Poesys 16, Time for Poetry, Bucharest.
2012 : Vámbéry Antológia 2012, Lilium Aurum, Dunajská Streda.
2012 : International PEN Multilingual Anthology, AB-ART.
2013 : Three Poems from Europe, Editura Pelerin, Bucharest.
2013 : Al salir de la cárcel, Edifsa, Salamanca.
2013 : Szlovákiai magyar szépirodalom, SZMÍT.
2013 : Vámbéry Antológia, Lilium Aurum, Dunajská Streda.
2013 : Del teatro del silencio al parnasso, Tegucigalpa, Honduras.
2013: AL SALIR DE LA CÁRCEL, Edifsa, Salamanca, 2013
2013: Szlovákiai magyar szépirodalom, SZMÍT, 2013
2013: Vámbéry Antológia, Lilium Aurum
2013: DEL TEATRO DEL SILENCIO AL PARNASSO, Tegucigalpa, Honduras
2014 : Poems for the Hazara: A Multilingual Poetry Anthology by 125 Poets from 68 Countries, Full Page Publishing, New York-Oslo.
2018: Antologia Festivalului Mondial de poezie Mihai Eminescu, Craiova
2018: Agua Dulce, Caracola, Mexico
2018: Love postcards“ International Anthology of Poetry, USA
2019: Antologia festivalului Mihai Eminescu, Ed. Europa, 2019
2019: Tho', International poetry festival, Hanoi, 2019
2020 Poetry Planetariat, Istanbul-Medellin

   Partecipazione a festival internazionali

2008 Festival International Ars Maris, Reghin
2009 Poetry Festival, Maramureş, Romania
2010 Festival Internacional de Poesia. Granada, Nicaragua, 2010
2010 Poetry Marathon, Senta, Serbia
2011 Poetry Festival Lucian Blaga, Cluj-Napoca
2011 Contemporary National Poetry of the World, Struga, Macedonia
2011 Festival International Mihai Eminescu, Craiova, Romania
2012 World Poetry Vancouver, Canada
2012 Poetry Festival International, Curtea de Arges, Romania
2012 Hungarian PEN Club Creative Camp, Pécs
2012 Poetry Festival, Pancevo, Serbia
2013 Poetry Festival International Antares, Galati, Romania
2013 Poetry Festival Mihai Eminescu din Craiova, Romania
2013 Poetry Festival Chisinau, Republic of Moldova
2014 Festival Internacional de Poesía, Medellín, Colombia
2014 Poetry International Festival Tudor Arghezi, Tg-Jiu, Romania
2014 Poetry Festival Primavara Europeana a Poetilor, Chisinau
2015 Poetry Festival Tudor Arghezi, Tg-Jiu, Romania
2015 Festival Internacional de Poesia, Ecuador
2015 World Congress of Poets, Peru
2015 Festival Sirmium Sremska Mitrovica, Serbia
2016 Festival Internacional de Poesia Venezuela
2016 World Poetry in Istanbul, Turkey
2017 Poetry Festival in Kalima, Marakesh, Morocco
2017 Poetry Festival, Satu Mare
2017 Festival internazionale di poesia Eminescu, Italy
2018 Festival Mondial de poezie Eminescu, Craiova, Romania
2018 Poetry Festival, Podgorica, Montenegro
2018 World Congress of Poets, Suiyang, China
2018 World Poetry Festival in Hanoi, Vietnam
2019 Spring of Poetry Festival, Zilah
2019 Festival Mondial de poezie Eminescu, Craiova
2019 Festival International de poesia in Granada, Spain
2019 Festival International de Poezie Satu Mare, Romania
2019 Bookfest, Belgrade, Serbia
2019 Janus Pannonius Festival, Pécs, Hungary
2020 Congress AESAL  

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