Endre Farkas

Endre Farkas was born in Hajdunánás, Hungary in 1948. Along with his parents, he escaped from Hungary during the 1956 revolution and has lived in and around Montreal ever since. He is a poet, playwright and performer.







 



SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

  • Szerbusz - Eldorado Editions 1974

  • Murders in the Welcome Cafe - Vehicule Press 1977

  • Romantic at Heart & Other Faults - Cross Country Press 1979

  • Face­Off - The Muses’ Co. 1980

  • From Here to Here - The Muses’ Co. 1982

  • How To - The Muses’ Co. 1988

  • Howl Too Eh? (with Ken Norris) - NuAge Editions 1992

  • Surviving Words - The Muses’ Co. 1994

  • Surviving Wor(l)ds (a play) - Schirraco 1999

  • Les Mots Qui Survivent - Ecrites des Forges 1999

  • Hirencia (virtual book) - Tr. Spanish Poetas.com 2001

  • Voices - CD Poetry 2002

  • In The Worshipful Company of Skinners - The Muses’ Co. 2003

  • Quotidian Fever: Selected Poems - The Muses’ Co. 2007

  • Proemcards from Chile - Rubicon Press 2007

  • Blood is Blood, with Carolyn Marie Souaid, Signature Editions, 2010

        Winner of the Berlin ZEBRA international Poetry Film Festival 2012

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