Author Archives: Constantin Severin

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.

The Librarian of Hell

                                              The Librarian of Hell                                                          Novel                                                                     by Constantin Severin                                                English version by Constantin Severin                               Motto: “Double is the birth of mortal things, double their death…’’                     (Empedocles of Agrigento)      I. Fold       No story can be told without the risk of crushing … Continue reading

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Orașul Somnambulilor/City of Sleepwalkers

Orașul Somnambulilor (fragmente) Roman de Constantin Severin      -Tu ai o gândire șamanică și chiar orfică, pe care eu, ca om de știință, nu o împărtășesc întru totul, dar trebuie să recunosc că universul e atât de complex și de … Continue reading

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A review in „World Literature Today” for one of my books

Many thanks to the writer Andrew Singer, director of Trafika Europe magazine and radio, who published an amazing review in the prestigious international literary magazine, „World Literature Today” to my bilingual book of poetry, Romanian/English „The Cities of Giorgio de … Continue reading

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„Wall and Neutrino. The Poet in New York”

     I am very happy to share with you one of the most important events in my life as a writer: my book of selected poems, „Wall and Neutrino. The Poet in New York”,  written between 1980-2000 was recently published … Continue reading

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„The Cities of Giorgio de Chirico”

      I’m thrilled to announce that my new book of poems, „The Cities of Giorgio de Chirico”, written in 2020, was recently published in a bilingual edition, Romanian/English, by one of the most known poetry publishers in India, CYBERWIT, founded … Continue reading

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The Infinity Cube of Fortune

CUBUL INFINIT AL NOROCULUI THE INFINITY CUBE OF FORTUNE Inspirată de cubul lui Rubik, cea mai cunoscută poetă de avangardă a Chinei, Yin Xiaoyuan (traducătoarea mea în limba chineză) a inventat un cub mai complex, cu multiple valențe spirituale și … Continue reading

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Three Poems in English and Chinese

THE CITIES OF GIORGIO DE CHIRICO the world is a honeycomb of ghost towns with warheads and gothic rosettes throughout which haunts alienation dreaming and loss among arches with huge shadows towers and marble statues empty squares mannequins in windows … Continue reading

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Three poems accepted by Poetry&Covid Project

Professor Anthony Caleshu Glad to be accepted to be a part of the amazing Poetry and Covid (2020-2021), a project funded by the UK Arts and Humanities Research Council, University of Plymouth, and Nottingham Trent University, together with so many … Continue reading

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My Poetry in Chinese

YIN XIAOYUAN. Photo by Song Zuifa My Poetry in Chinese Poezia mea în limba chineză The well-known Chinese poet Yin Xiaoyuan will translate 10 of my poems (5 from the future book, „The Carnival of Death” and 5 from the … Continue reading

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International Poet of the Week

I’m thrilled to announce that the prestigious British poetry magazine, The Poet, highlighted me as the International Poet of the Week 1-8 November 2020. The Poet magazine published three of my poems written in English from the work in progress, … Continue reading

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