Eugen O. Chirovici was born in Romania to a Romanian-Hungarian-German family.
He made his literature debut with short stories, and his first novel, The Massacre, sold over 100,000 copies in the early 1990’s.
After graduating from the Romanian Academy of Economics (post-graduate studies at the University of Glasgow and World Bank Group), he started his professional career as a journalist, running first a daily newspaper (The National Courier) and then a TV news channel (B1 TV) and becoming an established public personality in the process.
He has published over 1,000 articles in Romania and abroad, and is the author of several non-fiction books, including Rumors That Changed the World: A History of Violence and Discrimination (Rowman and Littlefield, 2014) and Gods, Weapons & Money: The Puzzle of Power (Nortia Press, 2014). He is the recipient of several important prizes for journalism.
Eugen has also published eleven novels (among them The Second Death, Black Powder and Labyrinth.com) and numerous short stories.
His writing encompasses fiction and non-fiction for adults and young adults.
Started with 2012 Eugen dedicated himself completely to writing.
He lives in Brussels, Belgium, with his wife, Mihaela, and is currently working on a new project.