Károly Sándor Pallai is a Hungarian oceanist, literary historian, poet, translator and editor. He consecrates his research to the contemporary francophone literatures of the Caribbean, the Indian Ocean and the Pacific. He holds a PhD in Francophone Literature from Eötvös Loránd University – Budapest.
He’s a member of several scholarly and literary associations (Mauritius, France, United States, Australia, Colombia, Greece, Chile).
He’s the founding editor in chief of the international literary review Vents Alizés and of the publishing house Edisyon Losean Endyen. He’s a member of the editorial board of the Seychellois literary review Sipay.
He writes and publishes poetry in French, English, Creole, Hungarian, Spanish, Portuguese, Kiswahili, Romanian, Tahitian and Turkish.
His poems have been published in journals and anthologies worldwide (Tahiti, Haiti, United States, Nigeria, Northern Ireland, France, Denmark, Switzerland, Canada, Philippines, Seychelles, Thailand, Hungary, England, China).