Monday, July 17, 2017

”INFINITATEA IUBIRII” 
scrisa de Anca Mihaela Bruma

RECENZIE
scrisa de Liliana Liciu



FEB 26 - 2017





Dragostea, dincolo de capacitatea limbajului ori a condeiului
Chintesență a vieții, iubirea, acest sentiment complex, care a căpătat diferite interpretări, conotații, în viziunea filozofilor, psihologilor, a biologilor, ori în literatură, depășește limita realității perceptibile, drumul ei nefiind deloc neted. Privită ca o forță implacabilă, respectiv ca pe cea mai mare forță a omenirii, dragostea guvernează, rânduieşte, este învățătură, nu silnicie.
Pentru poeta Anca Mihaela Brumă, dragostea este poezia supremă, contopirea cu toate fibrele sufletului, este sentimentul divin care îţi dă putere de a crea ceva nou în tine, expunând într-un mod inedit viziunea sa asupra iubirii, prin temele existenţiale majore, caracteristice stilului ei inconfundabil.

Ne aflăm în faţa unei scriituri atipice, care depăşeşte toate tiparele cu care ochiul lectorului este obişnuit, lirismul fiind modelat de stilul său ludic şi renăscut din complexitatea limbajului poetic.
Autoarea se autodefinește: ,,eu nu sunt o trecătoare obișnuită (Adevăruri virtuale), ca apoi, în Sagacitate gnostică (poem ce poate fi considerat Ars Poetica) să vină cu surprinzătoare autodefiniții:

,,M-am perpetuat prin frunzele caniculare de portocal.”
,,Sunt cel care caută / găsirea gnozei /din Numele meu!”
,,Sunt sunetul fără spatiu / prins într-un substativ fără margini”
,,Eu sunt Sinele, /manifestare multiplă a multitudinilor”
şi încheie într-un mod absolut apoteotic:
Existenta-Ying, Realitatea-yang!

Ying și Yang, două concepte religioase care își au originea în filosofia și metafizica chineză, două forțe primordiale și complementare ce compun Universul! Ying, elementul ce corespunde nopții și Yang, elementul luminos ce corespunde zilei, reprezintă explicația adevărată a schimbărilor Universului, pe plan uman și pe cel al fenomenelor naturii și această dualitate ne arată principiile ireductibile, eterogene, fie că sunt în conflict, fie că sunt complementare.

O altă temă tratată cu perspicacitate și sensibilitate de poetă este acea energie Chi- puterea nebănuită a minții, care ne ține în viață- forța supremă, Chi fiind fluxul de energie pe care chinezii l-au descoperit și folosit pentru vindecarea trupească și sufletească…Tărâmul iubirii, cu echinocții, solstițiu, sentimente ,,făcute vizibile prin respiratii /si puterea Chi.”, cunoscutul și necunoscutul, sacrul și profanul, toate la un loc ne purifică, ne înalță distrug ura şi egoismul care devastează planeta.

În versurile autoarei, lumea în totalitatea ei, nemărginită în timp și spațiu, infinit de variată în ce privește formele pe care le ia materia în procesul dezvoltării ei, într-un cuvînt Universul ,,se împiedică /în proprii fotoni…”

Neptun, zeul mării, Jupiter, divinitatea supremă, stăpânul zeilor și al oamenilor, zeu al cerului, Venus, zeița frumuseții, toate aceste elemente reprezintă un punct de sprijin al omenirii, dar mai ales al creatoarei, pentru care dragostea nu are granite, nu are nici o limită, nu există Polul Nord, iar ea, poeta, dansează ,,cu picioare de druizi”, diferite arii- adevărate protpourri, sub protecția epifanilor-imaginea magilor fiind adevărate revelații a unei lumi nevăzute. Muzica se identifică cu poezia, iar lirismul, abstractul, negrăitul, ritmul, fac front comun, într-un mariaj prefect, vorbesc sufletului omenesc despre sublimul din existenţă, despre armonia ce guvernează lumea, armonie care se găsește în proximitatea spațiului contigent ființei noastre.

Apoi, puntea creată de Anca Mihaela Brumă, între poezie și pictură (anotimpul isi picteaza cuvintele / asemeni unui final grandios) cu o extremă precizie remarcată prin incomparabila esențializare a versului, este și ea o punte de legătură în care dragostea, infinitatea ei mai precis, face și de această dată ca mariajul să fie o unitate imuabilă, iar autoarea poate respira liniștită: ,,zăresc din nou tabloul zugrăvit de noi.”

Poezia ei, un adevărat templu în care se înalță rugăciunea (“templul meu plin de cuvinte / încă transportă o albă litanie uitată demult”) te atinge pe pelicula sensibilitații, te face să mediatizezi, să problematizezi, condeiul care-i certifică meşteşugul poetic, concentrându-se pe temele de ordin general, dar mai ales filosofic.

POETA frapează, sfidează, inventează, provoacă, încalcă toate regulile, fără să-i pese, dar în același timp, fără să deranjeze ori să creeze disconfort cititorului, dimpotrivă, fiind ca un prim dirijor într-o orchestră, clasând-o ca pe o valoare incontestabilă a literaturii.

Liciu Liliana - Liga Scriitorilor Români




Sunday, February 19, 2017

"L'INFINITUDINE DELL' AMORE" 

LA PRESENTAZIONE DEL LIBRO 

Scritto da Anca Mihaela Bruma








"L'Infinitudine dell'Amore" è un'opera che diventa un evento artistico. Per la prima volta in Italia, di un tour mondiale, l'artista Anca Mihaela Bruma arriva in Puglia insieme ad altri poeti, scrittori e artisti. Direzione Artistica Massimiliano Raso

"L'INFINITUDINE DELL' AMORE" 

LA PRESENTAZIONE DI 

MASSIMILIANO RASO



L’associazione Culturale “ItaliArte” comunica che il 10 marzo 2017 presso l’Hotel Pineta in Ruvo di Puglia (BA), si svolgerà l’evento dal titolo “L'Infinitudine dell'Amore”. Si tratta della presentazione del nuovo libro di poesie di grande intensità emotiva scritto dalla poetessa di fama mondiale Anca Mihaela Bruma presentato per il pubblico italiano. Il libro è un viaggio affascinante nell’infinito mondo dell'amore, alla scoperta di universi paralleli, convinzioni cosmologiche, filosofie mistiche, attraverso la grande poesia d’autore di Anca. Un evento voluto e realizzato dall’Associazione Culturale “ItaliArte” dal presidente Francesco Ronzulli, dal vice presidente Giacinto de Palo, dai consiglieri Antonella Cordasco, Anna Sorice e Gigi Garofalo. Con il contributo di poeti internazionali, tra gli altri Melania Cristea, edito dalla casa editrice Liric Graph in Romania dell’editore Trandafir Simpetru, “L'Infinitudine dell'Amore” sarà presentato dalla giornalista Rai Laura Santarelli che introdurrà ospiti illustri, scrittori, poeti e artisti di fama mondiale con l’ausilio di due performer del LIS, lingua dei segni. Il lancio del libro prevede il reading poetico con intermezzi di danza e canto curati nella direzione artistica da Massimiliano Raso, Art Director dell’Associazione Culturale ItaliArte, che ha scelto per la manifestazione culturale la danzatrice classica Roberta Di Laura, la danzatrice indiana Andreea Monalisa, il Soprano Camelia Ciobica che verrà dagli Emirati Arabi e i ballerini Gigi Garofalo e Antonella Cordasco. Fotografo ufficiale dell’evento è Walter Conte mentre le riprese in video sono affidate alla nostra WebTV.

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ItaliArte presenta 

l'evento culturale 

"L'INFINITUDINE DELL'AMORE"



L’associazione Culturale “ItaliArte” comunica che il 10 marzo 2017, ore 18.00, presso l’Hotel Pineta in Ruvo di Puglia (BA), si svolgerà l’evento dal titolo “L'Infinitudine dell'Amore”.
Si tratta della presentazione del nuovo libro di poesie di grande intensità emotiva scritto dalla poetessa di fama mondiale Anca Mihaela Bruma presentato per il pubblico italiano. Il libro è un viaggio affascinante nell’infinito mondo dell'amore, alla scoperta di universi paralleli, convinzioni cosmologiche, filosofie mistiche, attraverso la grande poesia d’autore di Anca.
Un evento voluto e realizzato dall’Associazione Culturale “ItaliArte” dal presidente Francesco Ronzulli, dal vice presidente Giacinto de Palo, dai consiglieri Antonella Cordasco, Anna Sorice e Gigi Garofalo. Con il contributo di poeti internazionali, tra gli altri Melania Cristea, edito dalla casa editrice Liric Graph in Romania dell’editore Trandafir Simpetru, L'Infinitudine dell'Amore” sarà presentato dalla giornalista Rai Laura Santarelli che introdurrà ospiti illustri, scrittori, poeti e artisti di fama mondiale con l’ausilio di due performer del LIS, lingua dei segni.
Il lancio del libro prevede il reading poetico con intermezzi di danza e canto curati nella direzione artistica da Massimiliano Raso, Art Director dell’Associazione Culturale ItaliArte, che ha scelto per la manifestazione culturale la danzatrice classica Roberta Di Laura, la danzatrice indiana Andreea Monalisa, il Soprano Camelia Ciobica che verrà dagli Emirati Arabi e i ballerini Gigi Garofalo e Antonella Cordasco. Fotografo ufficiale dell’evento è Walter Conte mentre le riprese in video sono affidate a Giovanni Maimone di www.tarastv.it.
Anca Mihaela Bruma (Romania)
Saggezza ad un livello sottile, filosofico, sin dall’adolescenza Anca è stata influenzata dalle correnti letterarie del romanticismo, realismo, simbolismo, avanguardia durante gli studi all’università di esistenzialismo sovra realismo e trascendentalismo. Vari poeti e scrittori hanno influenzato il suo sviluppo letterario tra cui: Dostojesky, Camus, Kafka, William Blake, Umberto Eco, Emily Bronte, Alfred Tennyson, Robert Browing, Ts Eliot, Platone, Henry Wergson, J P Sartre,Victor Hugo, Paul Verlen, Carl Jung, Immanuel Kant, Walfogan Goethe, Henry Tourou. Plurilaureata, due specializzazioni conseguite in Australia, Coach, MBA in Marketing, docente d’inglese, ha vissuto in Sudafrica ed oggi vive a Dubai. Mentalità internazionale, creatività spinta al massimo delle potenzialità, ha partecipato ai più importanti Festival in tutto il pianeta ed è stata l’unica poetessa a rappresentare l’Europa al 32° Congresso Mondiale della Poesia di Taiwan riscontrando un enorme successo sulla stampa e le tv di tutto il mondo.
M.R.

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MASSIMILIAMO RASO Art Direcor 
PRESENTA
L'INFINITUDINE DELL'AMORE
con ANCA MIHAELA BRUMA poetessa, 
MELANIA CRISTEA poetessa, 
ROBERTA DI LAURA danzatrice classica, 
ANDREEA MONALISA danzatrice indiana e coreografa
L'Infinitudine dell'Amore è un libro di grande intensità emotiva e poetica scritto da Anca Mihaela Bruma presentato per il pubblico italiano. Tradotto da Massimiliano Raso con il contributo di poeti internazionali quali Melania Cristea, edito da Graph Liric, è un viaggio affascinante all'interno del pensiero di ogni persona che ama la vita, l'amore, la bellezza d'animo.

Web link:
http://www.sanremobenessere.com/1/massimiliano_raso_1177175.html


Il 10 Marzo artisti e poeti Internazionali a Ruvo di Puglia per il lancio del nuovo libro di Anca Mihaela Bruma. Presenterà la serata la Regista Rai, interprete LIS LINGUA ITALIANA DEI SEGNI Laura Santarelli.



L'INFINiTUDINE DELL'AMORE. I PROTAGONISTI


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Andreea Monalisa Testimoniale all'Infinitudine dell'Amore scritto da Anca Mihaela Bruma


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ItaliArte  

Associazione Culturale




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Riconoscimenti in tutto il mondo, la sua poesia la sua arte e creatività è un punto di riferimento. Lei è Anca Mihaela Bruma, il 10 marzo a Ruvo di Puglia presenta il suo nuovo libro dal titolo "L'infinitudine dell'amore" in lingua italiana. Non perdete l'occasione di incontrarla.










Tre importanti poetesse che leggeranno in italiano le poesie tratte dal libro di Anca Mihaela Bruma durante l'evento "L'infinitudine dell'amore" il 10 marzo a Ruvo di Puglia: Iuliana Olariu Cristea Maria Melania Mariella Cuoccio 




L'infinitudine dell'Amore, 
l'evento 10 marzo, 
Ruvo di Puglia, Italia. 
Direzione Artistica:
 Massimiliano Raso 


Sunday, May 8, 2016

Being Poetry - written by Sheikha A.



Being Poetry


Poetry is transportation. Where many definitions have been and continue to be penned about explaining or stating what poetry is about, each one being substantial in its own, my idea of poetry is meditation. I started writing poetry from my teenage years, being heavily inspired by the classical poets like Byron, Gibran, Rumi, etc. leaning on the spiritual and philosophical hills of expressing, and the idea of finding a connection with the universe’s expanse with the current situations of my life always found me contriving towards greater or deeper meaning. Poetry is not meant to be dissected – even though, it is for various academic purposes, but as a personal stance, I prefer to live the verses like natural breathing. To leave the mysteries of a poet intact, without depriving the author of their secrets, poetry can be understood, embraced and adopted in its purest form which is to be simply read and accepted. The art of expression is free, whether poeming, painting, song writing, sculpting, collaging, crafting, etc. the basis remains one, and that is ‘discovery’. Allowing a creation to emerge from your mind and soul is a true release of energy. Most creations have found much criticism in being either positive or negative in its form, but if society does set barriers of expressions for reasons of curbing controversy or harmonizing ethics, and if we grant them for being correct in their enforcements, the beauty of an artist is in breaching those boundaries and attaining their expressive freedom through surreal, subtle, or even metaphysical forms.

Art is a vessel that can accommodate the bad, good, ugly, dark, evil, graceful, beautiful, and compassion all into one. It can hold each of those elements together in aesthetic cohesiveness whether fragmented, refined, coarse or absolute. A person should never stop expressing, even in non-artistic methods; one can create and build, the important aspect of it being in action. Dormancy can lead to several deaths of a single idea that can produce a sense of stoicism leading a person inwards into their own cyclones, which ultimately results in destruction. It can be argued that the most active minds could be the most destructive too, which is true, but there is always an immanent suppression of some kind towards or about some system that bred like a sore, never having found an outlet for releasing.

Creative expression is a study of psychology in itself. I have been able to comprehend many poems much better now including those that I studied during school years from having first understood character and behavioural sciences of conduct. Most times, we were asked to study into the background of classical poets in our education system to gain insight about their life and experiences which lead them to write what they wrote, and understand the social and political hardships that influenced their writing. The romantic poets of those eras, too, had some element of imbalance in their writing that extended beyond just the façade of separation culminating from unrequited love.

Every piece of expression, in any genre or form, has a hidden story – the unknown and the unknown-able regardless of the deepest meditation or thought we subject it too. Poetry, for me, in particular, has always been a telling of secrets without offering too many details. The metaphysics of it is in about being attuned to the allures and curiosities of the higher realms, and wanting to understand how our life can affect the whole, or vice versa. There is an undeniable coercion of self-discipline by and on oneself, to sit amid the whirlpool and increase the ratio of patience as the whirlpool rages from the harshest to mildest mode, eventually dying down like a mist settling on the ground around us whereupon we sit. It is in that short lived moment where the whirlpool takes a break before gathering dust into swirls is when we see the light or epiphany or truth or answer, or whatever it was we sought.

In my writing of poetry, I have oscillated between various styles of writing, becoming easily enamoured by words I read from emerging or established writers, looking at artworks or reading about people’s lifestyles, preferences, appropriations, tendencies or even opinions, and always wanting to find an association or a way to relate to be able to co-exist even in the massive or smallest of differences, and looking for a balance of respect that can run mutually, if not in acceptance of another’s culture or religious representations, but in understanding their way of life, is what every form of Arts should ideally be about.

Poetry is one form of arts that is most intricate because of its tool – which is words. A poem can actually fail if it doesn’t deliver its image or essence. The same could be applied to other forms as well, but poetry has a duty to submit. To be able to arouse, captivate, invoke and evoke all through written renditions, connotations, suppositions, presumptions and alterations, all of this using words. Words are studied, and in many cases worshipped. Words are like a mass of clay in a potter’s wheel. Through words births the written act and form of poetry.

My poems have dwelled on many subjects, but mostly a search for belonging, emancipations, spirituality and love – finding a connection between the latter two. Only recently, since the past year, that I began to wallow in the dark arts, and the evil that motivates people towards degeneration that I’ve written many poems trying to depict every possible side of it, and continue to discovering newer facets through watching real life cases and experiences. Of late, I realize I may be subconsciously mingling the dark with the nuances of love and spirituality because upon reflection, I tend to surprise myself with what I wrote. Poems that are written from meditation – driving to your centre, closing that sphere and banishing the outside from entering – are ones you truly write uninhibitedly. It is also difficult to achieve that sphere, but poetry is its ongoing process, one I am continually striving to attain.






Saturday, April 30, 2016

The Eat Sleep Write Interview: Poet: Anca Mihaela Bruma

The Eat Sleep Write Interview

Anca Mihaela Bruma


Interview conducted by 
Eat Sleep Write Poetry Editor & Writers World Poet's Corner 
 Nikki Anne Schmutz


Anca Mihaela Bruma



Country of Origin: Romania

Present us your short bio as poet/artist?

My name is Anca Mihaela Bruma, I am Romanian living in Dubai/UAE. My love for poetry started when I was just 9 years old, when I registered myself to some creative poetry writing group. It was a turning point for me as I started to discover the mysteries of the written word and its impact on the readers. I was just 6 years old when I registered myself at a public library, being fascinated by the readings. The passion for reading, composing and reciting the written words was extended to choosing the first degree, a BA in English and Romanian Philology. While a teenager, I was published in various journals of poetry. 

Since early age, I have always viewed writing poetry as the perfect medium which is able to depict profound unfathomable complexities of someone’s life or life itself, to render into words that which is unsayable, that ineffable, which can be truly deeper than the language itself. Through my writings, as well years of readings, I always looked to seek something beyond that which was apparent to others! I was fascinated to see how different aspects of truth were transfigured by different emotions, how experiences were poetized. I pursued seeing beauty expressed in all forms of art, not just poetry; creating a “thirst” within me to explore more and more for the knowledge of the mystery beneath and beyond it, as a symbol of something greater and higher with its own power to immortalize the expressions over the years

Thank you for joining me today! It is our goal to spread the word for each poet we interview! I’ll start by asking how long have you been writing and what inspired you? 

I have been writing since I was just 9 years old I guess till I was 25. A long silent period followed, and restarted to write in 2014 January again.

Is your writing genre your preferred reading genre as well? If not, what other genres interest you most?

Yes very much so.

What poets have inspired you in your own work?

At initial stage, just a teenager, I was very much influenced by Romanticism, Realism, Symbolism, Avant-garde, followed in my university times by Existentialism, Surrealism, Transcendentalism. Poets from those literary currents influenced me in my own literary development as well approach of life. Lately, a huge impact had all seers in poetry, bringing lots of rumination about Life, Love etc.

Who, in your own life, has inspired you to write poetry?

I do not have a specific person, it is all cumulated experiences. I just tap into those sensations created by those experiences. Also my writings are more related to how I want a man to write to me, as if someone wrote those to me.



Are there certain reoccurring themes in your work? 

Yes: Love and Inner Journey of a Self.

When choosing a title for your poetry, how do you decide?

Most of the times I have troubles in choosing a title, as my poems are more kind of a flow, so I have to get out of that “poetic trance” and try to grasp the “main theme”.  I hardly write something with an already chosen title.

Are you working on any compilations at the moment?

At the moment the compilation I am doing is using my own poems as recitals with a background music, trying to mix together various arts, just to emphasize the intended message of my poem.

Do you know how the poem is going to end before you start or do you just let the poem write itself as you move along? 

Most of the time I just let it flow, however many times I do know the ending. The creative process is very complex, and no artist goes strictly by HOW it is supposed to be done, as it is know the creative process may be affected.

What is your favorite poem and why (yours or someone else’s)?

I cannot help but just be a very romantic person, and for me the best poem for Love is of Rabindranath Tagore “Unending Love”.  Why this poem out of so many amazing poems? Well it describes perfectly the idea of Love between twin souls, agelessly, timelessly, eternally and of course supports entirely my vision about Love.



Describe the relationship between you and your life as a poet.

I wrote a poem called “Between Real and Surreal” where I expressed it this “relationship” between Anca of day to day life and Anca the artist: “Me and Myself... between Real and Surreal... Standing on my own edge, it's my Life's ordeal...”


How many poems have you written to date, has the number that you’ve completed surpassed your expectations?

I do not recall the numbers, I personally not believe in “quantifying” the creative process. However, I believe in a very concentrated form of poetic expression, I believe in quality rather than quantity and strive for creating masterpieces rather piles of poems.

How does it feel to know that hundreds, possibly thousands and eventually millions of people will read the poetry you have created?

When I started to write again in January 2014, the feedback of people encouraged me big time telling I have a VOICE, a voice which HEALS and AWAKENS. I knew I have to continue to write and make this VOICE more known, not to polish my own ego but to “help” the readers. So, I took it as a mission! For me it does not matter if thousands or even millions of people read what I write, BUT it matters HOW many lives I challenged for good! This is my “milestone”!



Is there anything that you would like to say to aspiring poets?

Yes, to connect with the wisdom of their heart, to write from a place of Love. We writers have an important mission out there and how we impact on others’ lives. I believe any painful experience shall be transformed into something beautiful, the writing to become something transformative, educative and of course full of hope. In other words, to write with the intention to enlighten others rather than dive them more in deeper sorrow and pain. The world needs Hope, Love, Joy, we all have our traumatized experiences however it is up to us HOW we chose to use the power of the word: to build or to destroy!

What was the hardest part of writing poetry?

Good question! HOW I can transform my pain into something hopeful! My writings have lots of hope with some touch of nostalgia, however not depressing. This is something of which I am so careful when I write, what emotions I trigger in the readers’ minds. So yes, like an alchemist I transform the pain into joy and hope.

What did you enjoy most about writing poetry?

TO KNOW myself, the deeper layers of my own Being! I surprise myself when I discover new aspects of ME, new manifestation of my own Being.

What is the biggest thing that people THINK they know about poetry that it is not so?

That I write my love poetry with someone specific in my mind, which mostly is not true! I do write the sensations my own soul has, and the relationship between me and myself, like a Love relationship. As well, I write as if someone else writes that poem for me. My writings present my own inner voyages rather than take into account the external stimuli and write about it! My writings are very much internalized, processed and crystalized sensations of external stimuli, it is more a philosophy of Love, as I envision it: ageless, timeless, spaceless, eternally. As well my writings are more kind of a spiritual autobiography, depicting a reality behind all forms, with no space and time, a quantum view of Existence. It is more related with the realization of the greater self, beyond the mundane and well known laws of the society, as an expression of both the rational and the intuitive, in a concise form of poetry, increasing the awareness with new meanings expanded.



You are a person with many interests and inspirations. What truly inspires you?

Yes, indeed, and because I am so eclectic, it is hard to pin down WHAT inspires me. However, I think PATHOS, in everything!

Who are some of your favorite authors that you feel were influential in your work?  What impact have they had on your writing?

Poets and writers influenced me in my own literary development as well approach of life. Just to mention some at that time: Dostoevsky, Camus, Kafka, William Blake, Umberto Eco, Leo Tolstoy, Emily Bronte, Alfred Tennyson, Robert Browning, TS Eliot, Plato, Henri Bergson, Jean Paul Sartre, Victor Hugo, Paul Verlaine, Carl Jung, Immanuel Kant, Johann Wolfgang Goethe, Henry David Thoreau and so on.

A huge impact on me had as well the Oriental philosophies, like Taoism, Zen, Upanishads, Bhagavad Gita, Sufism, Buddhism and so on, and all these perspectives about life made a huge impact on me and the way I approach writing nowadays. The time I did not write, for many years, it was the perfect time for me to incubate and crystallize all these knew knowledge, together with my own experiences in order to have my own signature in my own writings.

What did you find most useful in learning to write?  What was least useful or most destructive?

It is good to know various techniques in writings, and that made me to have so many approaches, I do not stick with one style, it depends on that poetic trance at that moment. I did not find anything destructive, I always find my way around.

Are you a full-time or part-time writer?  How does that affect your writing?

Writing is my hobby, part of my path. Now depends what everyone calls a “writer”: To be published? Being paid for your writings? Or writing for challenging the word for good? My humble aspiration is for the last one, to be impactful in a great way!


What are some day jobs that you have held and how have they affected your writing?

Nothing affects my writings

For those interested in exploring the subject or theme of your book, where should they start?

I have lots of descriptions done about my writings. Some done by me, some are done by my amazing co-editor, literary advocate and translator of my poems, Mr. James Cairns.  Besides my own video poetry where I explain certain things, James truly builds the bridges between my creation and the audience/readers. He is an excellent advocate of my art!

What do you think is the future of reading/writing

As the consciousness of people evolves therefore writing/reading do. Technological development has its say in this, making it more accessible to people with various means. Maybe very soon everything will be digitalized and having a hard cover book in our hands will be like something Antique. Maybe!...

How do you find or make time to write?

I do not write when I find time, I write when the inspiration “comes”.


What do you like to read in your free time?



Lots of mystic stuff.


Can you share one of your poems with us? Show us one of your favorites:



Cyberspaced Truths



I am not here to trade anymore

the cosmic runes and liquid dreams,
as Universe stumbles into its own photons...


I am here to renounce my own spectrum

with all its refracted words, rhythms
and sensationalized perfect imperfections...


Yes!... I am here... and I can hear

all these mental asymmetrical matrices
as an Ancient soul living a contemporary odyssey...


You... on the other hand

still encrypted in your structured signature
anxious of losing the conceptualized notion
of your Self!...


Between Me... and You

infinitesimally spiralling indigo pulsating
cyberspaced Truths 
of our dichroic hearts!....
..................................................


Just for you to know:

I am not an ordinary street walker!
(Anca Mihaela Bruma - 2nd February 2015)

If you have written a book, answer these:

Yes! “The Light of Our Beingness – I Am That You Are”. My second book is on its way, called “I Am! Within You –Without You!. As per my third book will be named “I Am This Intoxicated Existence”


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How do you feel about E-books vs. print books and alternative vs. conventional publishing?

Both are good options. However when I read I love to have the book in my hands!

What makes your book stand out from the crowd?

My own trademark:  I label my own writings as being "sensually mystique" or "mystically sensual", a tool and path for women to claim their own inner feminine powers. Through my writings I overpass what seems to be the limitations of the human but emphasizing the essence of the woman, of the Goddess. The main theme, Love, is basically presented as a transformative experience in life, the energysing force in the universe and empowering the creative feminine.

How do you promote your work?

Social media mostly.