Claudiu Soare

Claudiu Soare

Born in 1969 on the 24th of March. Runs away from reality studying Hindi and Indian spirituality, in Bucharest and Paris. He writes Sânniasa Upanishad – a psychology of renunciation and The mystic realism in the literature of Nagarjun. In divorce with this inaccessible world, he abandons himself to poetry, living against any success, any love, and sinks into alcoholism.

He publishes some books of poems against the flow: Psalms of the monkey 1998, Bambara metaphysics 2001, Being afraid of living once again 2004, Diary of a failed crocodile 2006, The loving nothingness 2009 (Vinea) and Melancholia, 2013 (Tracus Arte). Since 2004 he lives in France, as a recluse in Vexin, Normandy. He writes his possible memories of his new life in a few books such as Medication againts riot, 2014 (Humanitas), Extase, 2014 (Humanitas), The dangerous gentleness of Life, 2018 (frACTalia), The Republic of Eden, 2018 (frACTalia).

He loves translating into and from French writers such as Céline, Sade, Philaret Chasles, Cioran, Jean Genet, Baudelaire, Artaud, Charles Nodier, Casanova, Michel Onfray, Henri Michaux, Geo Bogza, Ion Vinea, Constantin Nisipeanu, Nicolae Breban, Angela Marinescu, Dinu Flămând etc

Romania/France