Zoltán Barta (1966), Hungarian writer, author of several novels and short stories. He was born in a small northern town in Hungary as the only child of his parents. He grew up in the countryside near that town, it was the center of the World for him, and still is.
He began to write in his youth and published rather late. In the beginning he was publishing mainly short stories, first of which appeared in 2004.
He writes about unexplained and incomprehensible events in life in the genre of paranormal fiction. He has personal experiments (as born) about clairvoyance or remote viewing by other name, so he is working on a book about this topic. Furthermore he writes historical stories and fictions about his native land, called the Mountain Upper-lands of Bükk (map). He is a hobby-genealogist, researching his family and the genealogy history of this region.
He is now living in the town of Eger. He is a state official during his working hours and working as an author in his “inspired hours” – he writes his novels in Hungarian language.
“The creative person should have no other biography than his works.”
His published works are:
The City Within Reach (Karnyújtásnyira a város)
In the anthology „Dimensions – 57 contemporary Hungarian stories”
Publisher: Aposztróf Kiadó, 2010, Budapest
Give Me Back My Aura! (Add vissza az aurámat!)
In the anthology „Szó-kincs 2011”
Publisher: Aposztróf Kiadó, 2011, Budapest
Booklets of Sáta (Sátai Füzetek)
e-book (pdf, epub, prc, html)
Own publishing, 2011
Jump On Monday (Ugrás hétfőn)
In the anthology „A Főnix Dala (Song Of The Phoenix)”
Publisher: Song Of The Phoenix Literatury Society, 2012, Debrecen, Hungary
Remote Viewing Mental Images as Targets
In periodical Eight Martinis (issue 9, p. 39), May, 2013
ISSN 2045-2462 (print), 2045-2470 (online)
Vidi per menso (Seeing by mind)
Radio Verda #202, Vancouver, Canada, 2013-12-21.
Prelego pri mensa vidado, fora perceptado.
(Continuous appearing of his other writings in the periodical „A Főnix Dala” .)
On the common field of consciousness:
Remote Viewing Experiences, a working title
RV tapasztalatok – Munkacím
“Why write novels? Surprisingly, many people undertake novel writing not because they want to, but because they feel they ought to.”