September 8, 2018
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GRIGORE CHIPER (b. 1959, Copanca, Căuşeni district, Republic of Moldova) is poet, prose writer and literary critic. He graduated Moldova State University, with a Degree in Philology (1981). Since 1982, he has been a lecturer at Tiraspol State University (which in 1992, after the military conflict in Transnistria, was forced to move in Chişinău). Also, he is an associate editor for Contrafort magazine and secretary at Revista literară magazine, for each of both he writes a regular column. Debut poems were published in the mid-80’. Member of Moldovan Writers and the Union of Romanian Writers, also a member of Moldovan PEN Club. Published works: The Almost Tangible, (poetry, 1990); Here, in Falsetto, (poetry, 1991); The blue Period, (poetry, 1997); The Cello and Other Voices, (short stories, 2000); Chekhov, I demanded Wearily, (poetry, 2001); The Ivory Tower Bent, (poetry, 2005); Feint novel, (poetry, 2010); Sand beneath Your Feet, (short stories, 2014), Formalities, (poetry, 2015).