Mircea Dan Duta

Mircea Dan Duta is a poet, film scientist, translator, author of Czech expression (*27.05.1967, Bucharest). Editor: Levure Littéraire (France – USA - Germany), FITRALIT (Romania), A Too Powerful Word (Serbia), Guest editor of Alephi (India), Quest (Montenegro), producer & moderator of cultural events in the Czech Republic, Slovak Republic and Romania. Poetry books: Landscapes, Flights and Dictations, Tin quotes, inferiority complexes and human rights (2014/2015, Petr Štengl Editions, Prague), Plíz sujčov jor mobajl foun senťu / Pliiz suiciof ior mobail faun senchiu (Next Page Editions, Bucharest, 2020, bilingual Czech-Romanian anthology). Samples from his scientific work (film and literary critic and history): Narrator, Author & God (Charles University Press, 2009), The Holocaust in the Czech, Slovak and Polish Literature & Cinema (ibid., 2007), The Czech & Slovak Film New Wave in the Social, Political and Cultural Context of the 60s of the 20th Century (Jozef Škvorecký Literary Academy Press, 2008) – last two titles are collective works. Parts of his work were translated and published in the USA, France, United Kingdom, Spain, Poland, Bulgaria, Israel, Serbia, Romania, Moldavia, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Spain, India, Egipt, Syria, Korea, Albania, Kossovo, Mongolia. He is also present in anthologies in the USA, UK, Mongolia, Spain, South-Africa, India, Indonesia, Romania, Moldavia.

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