Marcel Seserman (Mircea Măluț) was born on July 9, 1963. He is a graduate of the Pedagogical High School in Năsăud (1982) and Babeș-Bolyai University in Cluj-Napoca, Faculty of Mathematics (1987). He was a teacher, a subprefect (1996 – 1999) and a ministerial adviser (1999 – 2000). He is an editor and journalist, librarian, author of poetry, literary criticism, film scripts and mathematics books.

He is a member of the Union of Writers from Romania and the Union of Professional Journalists from Romania.


Exile of Tears (poetry) – 1992;

Fragments from the Monographs of the Empire (poetry) – 2002, 2012 (Opera omnia);

Critical Topographies (literary criticism) – 2004;

Fragments des monographies de l’empire – 2006, French version by Tudor Ionescu;

Meanders (film script) – 2013;

Political Topographies. An X-Ray of Romania’s Crises Today (articles) – 2019;

Hamlet (told to children and teenagers) – 2019;

Explanatory Dictionary of Mathematical Terms – 2020;

The Topographies of the Shadow (poem) – 2022;

Manifesto Against the Apocalyptic Quadrulater. How Can We Rebuild the Man (essay) – 2022.

King Lear (told to teenagers) – 2023.