Banat Author, Poet, Critic & Translator

Totok, William (Pseudonym: Otto Willik)

 

Totok, William (pseudonym: Otto Willik) *12 Apr 1951 in Grosskomlosch; lived in Temeswar; Diploma in German Language and Literature, lyric poet, theater critic, translator, member of the literary circle Adam Müller-Guttenbrunn of the Writers’ Association of Temeswar.
 
Co-author of: Wortmeldungen (Requests to speak), anthology of lyrics, 1972; im brennpunkt stehn (standing in focus), anthology, 1979.

Below image: 12 Jun 1982 Temeswarer Press Club, Adam Müller-Guttenbrunn. Pictured above, left to right: Horst Samson, Eduard Schneider, Helmuth Frauendorfer, Anghel Dumbraveanu, Franz Liebhard, Nikolaus Berwanger, Bettina Gros, William Totok and Richard Wagner.

From Expressionism to Entertainment (Tribute to Franz Xaver Kappus) By William Totok

Source: Banater deutsche Autoren der Gegenwart 1980 von Edward Schneider, NBZ –Volkskalender 1980 Banat-German Authors of the Present - A bio-bibliographic list by Eduard Schneider.  Bio information translated by Nick Tullius; contributed and published by Jody McKim 19 Jan 2009.


 
 

Latest additions:

GRÜNN, Karl *1855 Perjamosch +1930
Banat Catholic Priest, Poet & Author

KAPPUS, Franz Xaver *1883 Temeschwar +1966
Banat Journalist, Writer & Author
; founder of the Free Democratic Party in Berlin.

KIRCHNER, Rudy *1933-2008 Canada
Banat Historian
, Village Website Pioneer in English

HORWATH-TENZ, Maria *1931 Weißkirchen, + 2007 Banat Death Camp Survivor & Author

 


 

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