Moldovan writer says each art person puts part of soul in his work
19:18 | 16.04.2021 Category: Culture
Chisinau, 16 April /MOLDPRES/ - Poet, translator and editor Constantin Dragomir believes that each art man, writer, painter or sculptor, when creating, puts a part of his/her soul in the work. At the same time, he tries to look at his work from another viewpoint – the eye of the one who reads or looks. ‘’This thing is quite necessary, in order to be better understood, in order to stimulate the curiosity, as the curiosity keeps a man alive,’’ Dragomir said.
Constantin Dragomir was born in the Marinici village, central Nisporeni district, on 20 November 1948. In 1971, he graduated from the Philology Faculty, Journalism specialization, of the Moldovan State University. He worked as editor at the Teleradio-Moldova company, editor-in-chief of the editorial office for children and youth at the Literatura Artistică publishing house, director of the Făt-Frumos publishing house, editor-in-chief of the Prut Internațional publishing house and director of the Dragodor publishing house. He asserted himself more through the literature for children. In 1980, Dragomir edited his first book for children. He translated from the classical and contemporary literature (Abe Kobo, Lewis Carrol, Maurice Careme, Vitezslav Nezval, etc.). Constantin Dragomir is laureate of more prestigious literary prizes.