Full-Moon above the Vosges gives us a dynamic perspective of human life, which unfolds through growth and change. Starting with adolescence, we move on to the events that most mark a man during his growth and maturation. Historical and classical anecdotes give us a perspective of the Earth and humanity through the eyes of the author. The world of personal characters from the author’s life is combined with that of classical and historical culture to which each of us can refer.
The work is a perfect blend of personal and collective events that intertwine to narrate the author’s life and personal experiences. The reader is taken on a journey that begins with the writer’s childhood and passion for writing, moves on to his growth and medical career and culminates in his maturity, denoted by his reflections on man and his nature, while the common thread is the feeling of solitude that only the moon can give us.
Cosmin Stefan Georgescu has been fascinated by words ever since his childhood, when he used to read and recite poems encouraged by his parents. Both of them being teachers, they were his first model during this early period of life. However, he later decided to become a doctor, graduating in 1997 from Carol Davila University of Medicine in Bucharest. During his career, he didn’t let down his passion, organizing cultural events and subscribing to the Society of Physician Writers in Romania. In 2015 he moved to France, where he has been living ever since. He published books in Romania, UK and France. He was awarded the Romanian “Sentimental Twilight” Prize in 2020 and the Critics’ Prize for his work Letters to God return to sender in 2021.