Victor Miron

September 20, 8:30am - 10:00am EEST. Hosted at ClujHub

part of a series on Muse

About the speaker

Victor is an old reader and a young writer, a poet, an idealist with initiative. Currently he is also the curator of TEDxZorilor in Cluj-Napoca. He felt in love with the world of the books during high school and characters like don Quijote, the Little Prince, Prince Mîșkin or the Short-Sighted Adolescent became his models in life. In 2014 he initiated the campaign BookFace (Cărțile pe Față) through which over 20 activities and projects that encourage people to read more have been implemented in Cluj and other cities from Romania (ex: free public transportation for people who are reading a book, free entrance at the botanical gardens for people who have a book with them, book sharing & exchanging activities, reading clubs in schools, shared libraries for neighbors and many more). His style of writing is focused on spoken word poetry which he considers it to be more human and authentic especially because it is a form of poetry which is specifically written to be recited.

He is a strong believer that we can develop our imagination, creativity and even the ability to innovate if we read at least one hour daily and that the people you meet and the books you choose to read are a constant source of learning and personal development.