Bethlen Gabor College, Nagyenyed, and Reformed College, Kolozsvar (now Cluj, Romania).
Journalist, reporter Világosság, daily, Cluj, 1946-1948. Editor, then editor-in-chief Falavak Népe, weekly, 1948-1954. Deputy chief editor Igaz Szó, literature monthly, Tirgu Mures, Romania, 1955-1957.
Editor-in-chief Uj élet, pictorial bi-monthly, 1958-1989. Writer (of Romanian nationality). Deputy Chief; President Writers’ Federation Socialist Republic of Romania 1973-1981.
Author: People are Starting, 1953, Salamon, the Uncompanionable, 1956, Quiet Dreams Promised by My Mother, 1970, Gods and Little Rocking Horses, 1973, Years Haunting like Ghosts, 1980, Close Grasp of the Present, 1984, Following the Wounded Bird, 1988, Diary-notes, 1990, Eye for Words, 1993, Herode's Age, 1994, Wedding of the Wild Peafowl, 1994. (dramatic trilogy) Palm Sunday of a Horse Dealer, Star at the Stake, Cain and Abel, 1978, (plays) The Wedding of Susa, 1979, Advent in the Hargita Mountains, 1985, The Dream Collecting Commando, 1987, The Barking Bird, 1993, Plays, 1989, 2nd volunteer, 1992, Holders of the Falling Heavens, 1990, A Dragon is Sleeping in Your Bed, 1991, Waking Up of the Sleeping Beauty, 1993, Let Words Come to Me, 1994, Tales, 1994.
Member Writers Federation Socialist Republic Romania (vice president 1973-1981), Poets, Playwrights, Editors, Essayists and Novelists association Club Hungarian Writers from Romania.
married Éva Szabó in 1949; children: András Junior, Ágnes.