Levure littéraire, the 8th issue


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Dear writers, artists, staff, friends, partners,

With Christmas at your doorstep and Santa down the chimney, at the base of your tree is LEVURE LITTÉRAIRE No 8 to delight and share with you! Inside, 130 authors from the global community join hands to create a multidisciplinary edition on the theme of:

To BE or To HAVE ? The Secret Life of Things !

Famous personalities, Hollywood actors, poets, painters, musicians, photographers, journalists, dramatists, anthropologists, psychiatrists, psychoanalysts, representatives of the living world culture. Discover the range of talents:

http://www.levurelitteraire.com

Our very best wishes your way this Christmas season

and a GREAT start to 2014!

Rodica Draghincescu, general director

I published this issue an interview made in 1997 with a major Israelian born Romanian writer, Alexandru Sever (1921-2010):

http://levurelitteraire.com/alexandru-sever/

and my distinguished guests are:

the Romanian writer Aura Christi, editor in chief of ”Contemporanul” literary magazine, Bucharest, Romania,

http://levurelitteraire.com/aura-christi/

the Romanian writer Paul Gorban, editor in chief of ”Zona Literara” literary magazine, Iasi, Romania,

http://levurelitteraire.com/paul-gorban/

the Turkish poet, actor and translator, Erkut Tokman,

http://levurelitteraire.com/erkut-tokman/

and the Italian visual artist, Valerio Napoletano,

http://levurelitteraire.com/valerio-napoletano/

Every issue is read by a large public of over 5000 persons from more than 150 countries and our publication is recognized by UNESCO and its multilingual laboratory, by ministers of Culture from a lot of countries, promoted by radio chains of national and international impact, by newspapers and blogs.

The founder and general director of ”Levure littéraire”, RODICA DRAGHINCESCU, is a well-known French born Romanian writer and translator, author of poetry and novels who writes both in French and in Romanian. Studies at the University of Timisoara, Romania – Romanian and French. Publications in literary magazines and anthologies worldwide – poetry, prose, essays, translations, interviews, and critics. Participation at festivals in Germany, Austria, Schwitzerland, France, Luxemburg, Italy, Sweden, Serbia, Slovenia, Romania, Moldavia, Canada.Winner of important awards and fellowships:1992: Special prize for poetry, Académie de Lettres et de Beaux Arts ‘Le Périgord’, Bordeaux, France; 1995: Special prize of the poetry festival ‘Goccia di Luna’, Pomezia, Italy; 1996: Prize of the Writer’s Union, Constanta, for debut novel (‘Distanta…’); 1998: Romanian prize for avantgardistic poetry ‘Geo Bogza’; 2001: Prize of the Writer’s Union, Bucharest, for the best poetry book of the year (‘EU-Genia’); 2000-2002: Fellow of the Academy Schloss Solitude, Stuttgart, Germany.

Rodica Draghincescu: ”LEVURE LITTÉRAIRE est un e-magazine trimestriel, pluridisciplinaire et multilingue, qui défend l’amitié et la solidarité entre les peuples”.

Rodica Draghincescu, founder and general director

Rodica Draghincescu, founder and general director

About Constantin Severin

Constantin Severin (constantinseverin.ro) is a Romanian writer and, as a visual artist, the founder and promoter of the award-winning concept known as archetypal expressionism. He is the author of eight books of poetry, essays, and novels, and his poems have been published by major Romanian and international literary magazines. He is one of the editors of the French cultural magazine Levure littéraire.
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