My special guests for Levure littéraire 13

Rodica Draghincescu. Photo by Laurence Barataud

I’m thrilled to announce my beloved readers that the Spring/Summer issue (13) of the prestigious international cultural magazine, Levure littéraire (France-USA-Germany, was launched. It’s the most rich, multilingual and multidisciplinary edition since its creation (2010), with 245 international authors and artists, together!
Personalities and talents, representatives from many countries, revolutionary authors, visionary authors, classical authors, interesting authors and artists, creators of peace and harmony, writing workshops, cultural experiments.
Literature (poetry, prose, interviews, reading notes, reviews, theater, literary performances), Arts (painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, music etc), Sociology, Philosophy, Translatology, cultural Information.
Discover these wonders (famous artists, well-known artists, original authors, promising young people). Look at our multilingual SUMMARY, here you will find all our artists and authors! Click on their names.
Thanking you in advance for your enthusiasm and sharing our publication with your community!

I’m very happy to be one of the editors of such a cutting edge magazine (nominated last year in TOP 5 cultural reviews in France), a true cultural ferment for the global spirituality.

My special guests of the 13th issue of Levure littéraire are:

– the Spanish philosopher and writer Amador Vega, in a dialogue with me:

– the Romanian art curator and art historian Iulia Mesea, from the Brukenthal National Museum, Sibiu:

– the well-known American writer Andrew Singer, director of Trafika Europe:

– the French writer and visual artist Alain Rivière:

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– the Romanian visual artist Felix Aftene:

– the Spanish writer Enrique Nogueras:

– the Romanian visual artist Liviu Soptelea:

– the American writer and philosopher Gregory Vincent St. Thomasino:

– the Hungarian visual artist Krisztina Asztalos:

– the Romanian visual artist Adrian Samson:

– the Tibetan writer and visual artist Yakman K Tsering:

– the Ukrainian visual artist Svitlana Levchenko:

In the end I’d like to share with you the vibrant words of Rodica Draghincescu, founder and general director of Levure littéraire:

”Intended as an ethical and aesthetic ferment, Levure is a space for creative initiatives and thoughts, without financial support, without hegemonic pretences, which favours the quality and originality of the constructive Act of Culture. In these times of economic crisis, and particularly of extreme moral crisis, when Peace, Education and Culture are being marginalized, since it is no longer in fashion to cultivate humanism, Levure persists in seeking with you the path to a secret bridge, toward a peaceful place conducive to meditation, beyond the barbarity and vulgarity of everyday life. With the intention of remaining in the tradition of the universal spirit of the Enlightenment!

A journal of information and education, Levure brings to your computer screens, 4 times a year, out-of-the-ordinary authors (100 to 245 per issue), themes and topics that are dealt with, tackled or exploited less often, agents and actors from the entire sociocultural spectrum (literature, visual arts, music, philosophy, ethnology, journalism, psycholinguistics, etc. – which by presenting countries and traditions, horizons rich in differences and similarities, likenesses, enrich us as they fascinate us. Through its thematic diversity, and through an impressive number of cultural players, Levure offers us and you a choice of many languages, sensibilities, tastes, needs for reading and information.”

About Constantin Severin

Constantin Severin ( 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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