Miklós György Serdián presenting on Poetry Expo 2023
Poetry Expo 23
The poet, writer, translator, editor and publisher Miklós György Serdián presents a selection of multilingual poems. See more about his work and his publishing house at this link.
Read the poems bellow.
See the text blog of the European authors' association die Kogge ev bellow.
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The project is part of the subtheme Future prospects.
Miklós György Serdián
Miklós György Serdián is a writer, poet, translator, editor and publisher. He started to write poetry and prose at the age of 14. The desire for independence was obvious and part of everyday life in the post-war dictatorship, the traces of which have still not disappeared. He studied linguistics, Islamic culture and comparative literature. He founded Editio Plurilingua, an independent publishing company, to fight the black and white thinking in 20th century Hungary. His books in printed and digital form can be found in the archives of the Hungarian National Library, and in public and private collections worldwide. He wrote a novel á clef on György (Georg) Lukács’s role in 1919, which is more nuanced than the official version. The text has a futuristic touch. He translated Caribbean poetry from national (nation) languages and The Qur’án from Arabic into Hungarian. He works on the Hungarian edition of Hunland Is Our Homeland, a collection of multilingual poems.