Andrei Novac was born on the 1st of July 1983, in Târgu-Jiu. He gained his Bachelor’s Degree in History from the Faculty of Letters, History and Theology at the West University of Timișoara, as well as a Master’s Degree in International Relations and Euro-Atlantic Integration from the Faculty of History at the University of Bucharest. Since 2013 he is a Doctor in Philology of the West University of Timișoara. He has authored eight volumes of poetry and the _Valentin Tașcu, solitarul promoției ’70 (Valentin Tașcu, the solitary of the class of ‘70)_ literary history volume.
He is the recipient of multiple prizes, among which are: The “Mircea Ciobanu” Prize, granted by the Writers’ Union of Romania; The Poetry Prize of the “Convorbiri Literare” Journal, Iași, 2019; The “Writer of the Month of August” Prize, granted by the Writers’ Union of Romania; The Special Prize granted to the Timișoara branch of the Writers’ Union of Romania, 2019. His volume, _Regula Timidității (The rule of timidity)_ was nominated for the “Mihai Eminescu” Prize, granted by the Romanian Academy in 2018.
A university lecturer and cultural manager, he has been a member of the Writers’ Union of Romania since 2009.