Welcome to the monochrome hell that I call my website. My name is
I was born on a Thor's day during autumn of 199* in western Hungary. I speak in 3 languages (Hungarian/magyar, English, toki pona), write in several genres, develop programs, and apparently I have a website too. *yaaaay*
tl;dr Far below you can see my other contact info and links to other sites.
I'd love to say that "From a young age I was creating stories and wrote shorts...", but sadly i cannot. Due to the efforts of various individuals, I wasn't seriously interested in literature for ~14 years, when I began to experiment with writing. It took years until I dared publish my work under my own name.
I began with poems and raps soon after. They were bad, as one would expect. Then I continued with short stories (or novellas), more rap, song lyrics, rap in toki pona, ..., and finally spoken word poetry (a.k.a. slam poems). If I could draw (or knew someone who could and would work with me), I would try writing comic books as well.
I performed some/several (depending on when you read it) poem on poetry slams.
Besides writings, I developed another interest in conlangs (contructed languages) and programming.
As of conlangs, I learned toki pona, in which I soon after began to write raps, novellas and alike. This led me to work on my own minimalistic language (or languages, currently 2 or 3 languages have potential to be developed), and to create my own dialect(s) that later became the nasin pi jan Sotan (jan Sotan's dialect). I also tried to learn other (constructed) languages, most notably Esperanto.
As of programming, I have a great number of unfinished projects, including the Dschictionary that is a simple dictionary program to create, well, dictionaries from a simple text input file. Sadly this project is practically untouched since May of 2017.
Finally here is an unordered, non-exhaustive list of people and works that inspire me:
This list does NOT include previously used ones!
My other works and collections may be found on the following sites:
My e-mail can be found under Links for the case someone would e-mail me.
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