”The Post-Literary Era, Leonardo’s Paradigm”

the post literary era

My new ebook, ‘’THE POST-LITERARY ERA, LEONARDO’S PARADIGM’’ is now on KDP/Amazon:


This is the revised complet version of my best essay, a personal approach on the destiny of art and culture in our time:


The major ”characters” of my essay are Leonardo da Vinci, Gilles Deleuze, Felix Guattari, Madison Morrison, Adrian Marino, Ernest H. Hutten, Totosy de Zepetnek, Steven Connor, Scott Lash, Stephen Pfohl, Howard Fox, Richard Rorty, Gina Puica, Andrei Codrescu, David Bohm, Brett Yviet, Virgil Nemoianu, Ion Manolescu, Michael Heim, Jascha Kessler, Char Davies, Monica Spiridon, Luca Curci, Makoto Sei Watanabe, Ales Steger, A. Garrett Lisi, Sandu Popescu, Cris Orfescu, Henri Bergson and Milan Kundera. I had to study all of them in order to articulate my vision on post-literature…

I had the great privilege to receive from Michael Heim (”the philosopher of the cyberspace”, ”the father of the metaphysics of virtual reality”, but also an interesting artist of the virtual reality), a short forward/blurb for this ebook:

”Listening on the radio to the fascinating commentaries by Andrei Codrescu on National Public Radio, the American listener must wonder: “Where does such a voice come from, this ironic, oddly humorous, witty, supple, and perceptive voice? What view of the world lurks behind this freshly poetic way of thinking?” The question has now been answered definitively. The answer is in Constantin Severin’s essay “The Post-Literary Era, Leonardo’s Paradigm.”

Michael Heim

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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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