IONUŢ CALOTĂ

IONUŢ CALOTĂ

IONUT CALOTĂ (b. 1964, Bucharest) is the co-founder in 2014 of the Emergency Literary Circle from Bucharest, co-organizer of events like: The National Poetry Championship; The Gala of Love Poetry; Book-Tik Book Fair; The New Year of the Poets; The National Tournament “Collection Poems”, the campaign “Adopt a book!”, poetry camps, literary competitions, book launches and other literary-musical evenings. From 2019 he launches the literary magazine Poetry Monitor which he coordinates as a director. He published poems in his personal debut volume How to Survive in Love, Art Creativ Publishing House, 2017 (first edition), 2018 (second edition). He received various literary awards: the Debut Prize at the National Festival “Virgil Carianopol”, the Debut Prize at the National Volume Competition “Poetry – Mirror of the soul”, the prize for the volume at the 30th edition of the National Literature Competitions “Eminescu at Oravita” and the Debut Prize of the Art Creativ Publishing House, he published poems  in his volume Proclamation for the Globalization of Poetry, Eurostampa Publishing House, 2018 (unique book with translations in 14 languages), in the volume How I Saved the World, Sitech Publishing House, 2018 (it includes other literary genres), in the volume with two authors The Day When I Resembled With You, Art Creativ Publishing House, 2014, together with the poet Daniela Toma (4th place in the Bookaholic top) and he also published poems in the next collective volumes: Poemia, 2015, Preludes for Butterflies, 2015, The Time of Precious Stones, 2016, Besides the Light, 2017, The Diary of a Wingsfield, 2017, The \State of Human Being – Substrates, 2018, Poems on a Leaf, anthology of Japanese poetry, 2018, The Most Beautiful Poems of Love, 2018, Charme, selection of contemporary short prose, 2018; Carousel with Young Symphonies, 2018, Identities, anthology of Romanian aphorism, 2019. He published in the next literary journals: Arges, The Literary Actuality, Letters, Urmuz, Oltart, The Literary Movement, The Romanian Ilustration, Alchemia, Mantaua lui Gogol, The Cultural Romanian Meridian, Literary Syntax, Metaphor, Apollon, Cultural Contrasts, Vox Authors, Boem@ and online in Egophobia, Litera13, Omiedesemne, Auctoriale, Parnas XXI and literary groups.

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